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Henvey Inlet Wind

Henvey Inlet Wind
Construction Update

Construction is well underway and we are excited to share that we have installed 2 of the 87 turbines planned for the site and several others with base and mid sections up. The collection system and substation construction has commenced.  Work on the transmission line is ongoing with 161 of the 586 structures up. 

Here is a summary of planned construction activities for the wind project site over the coming two weeks:

  • Drilling and road works will continue
  • Turbine Foundation work continues
  • Wind turbine component deliveries continue
  • Wind turbines are being installed 
  • Trenching continues for the collector system
  • Collection system and substation construction continues
  • Permanent Met Tower foundations and tower assembly begin
  • Foundation work for the transformers commences

Work on the transmission line continues with workers clearing the Right-of-Way, blasting and drilling for the foundations, and delivering and setting the wood and steel poles.
The safety of our workers, our neighbouring communities, and the environment is our top priority. We will continue to keep the community updated on construction activities as work progresses - you can get the latest information by visiting the Henvey Inlet Wind website.

Did you know?

We are at the peak of construction and have more than 800 people employed on site.  Once operational in 2019, the project’s annual green energy production will be equal to the needs of 100,000 Ontario homes.

Meet our Team

Dianna Wheatley is a key member of our front line team who has been working on the Henvey Inlet Wind project since the beginning. Dianna is a Shawanaga First Nation band member as well as the Administrative Assistant for Nigig Power Corporation and she is responsible for managing all project inquiries out of our Nigig office. Through her work in the community, Dianna has seen first-hand the benefits of the project for the area: “It’s important to support my Anishinabek brothers and sisters of Henvey Inlet First Nation. Henvey Inlet Wind is the largest First Nation project in Canada. It’s a pleasure and a privilege to be a part of the development of this 300MW, eco-friendly project.”
Nigig Power Corporation
Pattern Development
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