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Prairie Sunlight Solar Projects

Prairie Sunlight I Solar Project

The proposed Prairie Sunlight I Solar Project is a 74.2 megawatt (MW) solar facility, located on 552 acres of private land in M.D. of Taber, Alberta, north of Enchant and south east of Lomond, immediately adjacent to the Enchant Substation.

The project is estimated to offset 88,500 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually, generating enough electricity to power more than 18,000 Alberta homes.

The total capital cost of the project is expected to exceed $125 million, bringing an important source of direct and indirect economic activity to M.D. of Taber and the communities of Enchant and Lomond.

The project is expected to be completed in one phase with commercial operations commencing in late 2019 and continuing over the next 30 years and beyond.

Prairie Sunlight II Solar Project

The Prairie Sunlight II Solar Project is a 24.5 megawatt (MW) solar facility, located on 160 acres of private land in M.D. of Taber, Alberta, south of the Town of Vauxhall.

The project is estimated to offset 29,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually, generating enough electricity to power more than 6,000 Alberta homes.

The total capital cost of the project is expected to exceed $40 million, bringing an important source of direct and indirect economic activity to M.D. of Taber and the Town of Vauxhall.

The project is expected to be completed in one phase with commercial operations commencing in late 2019 and continuing over the next 30 years and beyond.

Prairie Sunlight III Solar Project

The Prairie Sunlight III Solar Project is a 22 megawatt (MW) solar facility, located on 193 acres of Bow River Irrigation District land in M.D. of Taber, Alberta, near the Town of Vauxhall.

The project is estimated to offset 5,200 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually, generating enough electricity to power more than 5,400 Alberta homes.

The total capital cost of the project is expected to exceed $40 million, bringing an important source of direct and indirect economic activity to M.D. of Taber and the Town of Vauxhall.

 

The project is expected to be completed in one phase with commercial operations commencing in late 2019 and continuing over the next 30 years and beyond.

Stirling Solar Project

The proposed Stirling Solar Project is a 17.4 megawatt (MW) solar facility, located on 152 acres of private land in the County of Warner, Alberta, near the Village of Stirling, immediately adjacent to the Stirling Substation.


The project is estimated to offset 7,800 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually, generating enough electricity to power more than 4,700 Alberta homes.

The total capital cost of the project is expected to exceed $30 million, bringing an important source of direct and indirect economic activity to the County of Warner and the Village of Stirling.


The project is expected to be completed in one phase with commercial operations commencing in late 2018 and continuing over the next 30 years and beyond.

Warner Solar Project

The proposed Warner Solar Project is a 9.5 megawatt (MW) solar facility, located on 80 acres of private land in the County of Warner, Alberta, west of the Village of Warner.

The project is estimated to offset 4,200 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually, generating enough electricity to power more than 2,500 Alberta homes.

The total capital cost of the project is expected to exceed $15 million, bringing an important source of direct and indirect economic activity to the County of Warner and the Village of Warner.


The project is expected to be completed in one phase with commercial operations commencing in early 2019 and continuing over the next 30 years and beyond.

Wrentham Solar Project

The proposed Wrentham Solar Project is a 41.4 megawatt (MW) solar facility, located on 334 acres of private land in the County of Warner, Alberta, west of the Hamlet of Wrentham.

The project is estimated to offset 17,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually, generating enough electricity to power more than 10,300 Alberta homes.​

The total capital cost of the project is expected to exceed $65 million, bringing an important source of direct and indirect economic activity to the County of Warner and the Hamlet of Wrentham.

The project is expected to be completed in two phases with commercial operations commencing in early 2019 and continuing over the next 30 years and beyond.

Cassils Solar Project

The proposed Cassils Solar Project is a 22.5 megawatt (MW) solar facility, located on approximately 160 acres of private land in the County of Newell, Alberta, west of the City of Brooks.


The project is estimated to offset 10,100 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually, generating enough electricity to power more than 5,900 Alberta homes.

The total capital cost of the project is expected to exceed $35 million, bringing an important source of direct and indirect economic activity to the County of Newell and the City of Brooks.

The project is expected to be completed in one phase with commercial operations commencing in late 2018 and continuing over the next 30 years and beyond.

Spring Coulee Solar Project

The proposed Spring Coulee Solar Project is a 29.5 megawatt (MW) solar facility, located on 235 acres of private land in Cardston County, Alberta, south west of Spring Coulee, immediately adjacent to the Spring Coulee Substation.

The project is estimated to offset 13,100 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually, generating enough electricity to power more than 7,900 Alberta homes.

The total capital cost of the project is expected to exceed $50 million, bringing an important source of direct and indirect economic activity to Cardston County and the communities of Spring Coulee and Cardston.

The project is expected to be completed in one phase with commercial operations commencing in late 2018 and continuing over the next 30 years and beyond.

Strathmore Solar Project

The proposed Strathmore Solar Farm is a 40.5 megawatt (MW) solar facility located on 320 acres of industrial use Town land in the Town of Strathmore, Alberta, immediately adjacent
to the AltaLink Strathmore Substation.


The project is estimated to offset 48,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually, generating enough electricity to power more than 10,000 Alberta homes.

The total capital cost of the project is expected to approach $60 million, bringing an important source of direct and indirect economic activity to the Town of Strathmore and surrounding Wheatland County.

The project would be constructed in one phase and operated for a period of 30 years, and beyond. It is anticipated that site construction would start in the spring of 2020, with construction completed and the facility operational in the fall of 2020.

Cassils Solar Project

The proposed project is sited on the west half of Section 4, Township 19, Range 15, Meridian 4.