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Daniel LeBlanc, Project Director, Preneal Canada Inc.
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Address: 233 St-George Street
Moncton  New Brunswick  E1C 1V8
Phone: 506-389-9801
FAX: 506-854-8910
Email: dleblanc@preneal.ca
Website: http://www.preneal.ca

PRENEAL Canada was incorporated in 2006. Our head office is located in Moncton, New Brunswick. We are a subsidiary of PRENEAL Group, an international leader in the development and production of renewable energy, with a solid track record and expertise in the production and sale of electricity.

PRENEAL develops, builds and operates wind farms on a long-term basis with community, municipal, regional and private partners. Our co-ownership, community-based approach to wind farming is new to North America. To maximize local economic benefits, we offer the community, landowners, wind-farm neighbours and private investors the possibility of owning a substantial amount of equity in the wind farms.

We are currently studying the development of more than 800 Mw of community, co-owned wind projects in the Maritime Provinces. Our capital investment for this will be in the vicinity of $ 1.7 billion.

 

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http://www.owensoundsuntimes.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1632210

PRENEAL Canada has signed an agreement with landowners on the Bruce Peninsula to option several thousand acres of land for the development of a wind farm that could produce up to 200 megawatts of electricity in the former Lindsay and Eastnor townships.

The company, with its Canadian headquarters in Moncton, N.B., boasts of an approach that shares the wealth around the community.

“The agreement involves maximizing local economic benefits, offers the opportunity for the community, landowner, wind farm neighbours and private investors to own a substantial interest in the equity of the wind farm,” the Moncton, N.B.-based company said in a news release.

Local people are invited to invest up to 30% of the equity of the project. Landowners who live next door to those who are host to a wind turbine will also share in the benefits even if they don’t have a turbine on their property.

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