PROJECTS

The initial plans are for the proposed project to consist of an estimated 10-12 wind turbines that will have an installed capacity of approximately 50...
Welcome to the website for the proposed Wejipek Wind Project! This website was created to provide information to community members, First Nations, government, and other...
Welcome to the website for Phase II of the Wocawson Energy Project! This phase has been named the Neweg Energy Project. This website was created...
This project is located in Mi’kmaki, the ancestral territory of the Mi’kmaq. Natural Forces acknowledges that working on these lands is a privilege that comes...
The proposed Benjamins Mill Wind Project is being developed by a partnership formed between Natural Forces and Wskijnu’k Mtmo’taqnuow Agency Ltd (the Agency), a corporate...
The proposed project will have an installed capacity of up to 50 MW. This represents up to 12 turbines that and could collectively power an...

Energiewende

The Energiewende (German for energy transition) is a concept that describes the transition to a low-carbon, sustainable, reliable, and affordable energy supply.

In the not-too-distant future, our energy systems will rely on renewable energy, energy efficiency, and energy demand management. Dirty coal and oil-fired generation will be retired.

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The initial plans are for the proposed project to consist of an estimated 10-12 wind turbines that will have an installed capacity of approximately 50 MW, enough electricity to power over 17,000 Nova Scotian homes. The project is located in Cumberland County, on Westchester Mountain near Highway 104, approximately 24 km from the Cobequid Pass Tolls.
Welcome to the website for the proposed Wejipek Wind Project! This website was created to provide information to community members, First Nations, government, and other stakeholders about the proposed project. Natural Forces is committed to meeting with stakeholders throughout the lifetime of the project. Open houses and other community engagement activities are planned for this project - the website will be updated as information becomes available.
This project is located in Mi’kmaki, the ancestral territory of the Mi’kmaq. Natural Forces acknowledges that working on these lands is a privilege that comes with a great deal of responsibility. We believe that private companies have an important role to play in the decolonization of the energy sector and, ultimately, the path towards reconciliation through partnerships and meaningful engagement. To honour and achieve this, we must look forward for generations and integrate the practices and knowledge of the original land stewards, the Mi’kmaq, into project planning.
The proposed Benjamins Mill Wind Project is being developed by a partnership formed between Natural Forces and Wskijnu’k Mtmo’taqnuow Agency Ltd (the Agency), a corporate body wholly owned by the 13 Mi’kmaw bands in Nova Scotia. Together, the partnership will develop, construct, operate, and own the project. The project is located in the West Hants Regional Municipality in Hants County, 14 km southwest of Windsor.
The proposed project will have an installed capacity of up to 50 MW. This represents up to 12 turbines that and could collectively power an estimated 17,000 homes. The project is located in the Pictou County in Piedmont, about 23km east of New Glasgow.
The proposed project is approximately 2km northwest of Ballyconnell town could have a total capacity of up to 4.26 MW, representing 1 turbine. This would be enough electricity to power over 3,000 Irish homes each year.
The proposed wind farm development is located in Kilcash, Co. Roscommon. The proposed project is approximately 3.5km west of Knockcroghery village and approximately 5.5km south of Roscommon town could have a total capacity of up to 4.2 MW, representing 1 turbine. This would be enough electricity to power over 3,000 Irish homes each year.
The proposed wind farm development is located in Rin, Co. Offaly. The proposed project, could have a total capacity of up to 4.2 MW, representing 1 turbine. This would be enough electricity to power over 3,000 Irish homes each year.
The proposed wind farm development is located in Lissanore, Edgeworthstown, Co. Longford. The proposed project, could have a total capacity of up to 4.2 MW, representing 1 turbine. This would be enough electricity to power over 3,000 Irish homes each year.
The proposed wind farm development is located in Templehouse, Rathbaun, Co. Sligo. The proposed project is approximately 4km northwest of Ballymote could have a total capacity of up to 4.26 MW, representing 1 turbine. This would be enough electricity to power over 3,000 Irish homes each year.
The proposed wind farm development is located at Cherryorchard, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford. The proposed project, which is approximately 2km northwest from Enniscorthy could have a total capacity of up to 5 MW, representing approximately 10.52 hectares of solar.
The proposed wind farm development is located at Cullion, Meenawley, Co. Donegal. The proposed project, which is approximately 3km north of the town Killybegs could have a total capacity of up to 4.2 MW, representing 1 turbine. This would be enough electricity to power over 3,000 Irish homes each year.
The proposed wind farm development is located in Whitegate, Co. Cork. The proposed project could have a total capacity of up to 100 MW, representing up to 3-4 turbines and 49 hectares of solar.
The proposed wind farm development is located at Kilmacahill, Rathowen, Co. Westmeath. The proposed project, could have a total capacity of up to 150 MW, representing up to 5-8 turbines and 100 hectares of solar.
The proposed wind farm development is located in Cornacahan Hill, Killybegs, Co. Donegal. The project, which is approximately 3km north of Killybegs town could have a total capacity of up to 4.26 MW, representing 1 turbine. This would be enough electricity to power over 3,000 Irish homes each year.
The proposed project is being developed by Natural Forces, who acknowledge that working on these lands is a privilege that comes with a great deal of responsibility. As such, the project, which is approximately 3 km northeast of Longford town could have a total capacity of up to 12 MW, representing up to 2 turbines.

CONSTRUCTION PHASE

Welcome to the website for Phase II of the Wocawson Energy Project! This phase has been named the Neweg Energy Project. This website was created to provide information to community members, First Nations of New Brunswick, the government, and other stakeholders about the project. Natural Forces is committed to meeting with rightsholders and stakeholders throughout the lifetime of the project.

OPERATIONAL PHASE

The Pesâkâstêw Solar Project is a 10 MW solar farm in the Rural Municipality of Weyburn, Saskatchewan, approximately 4 km southwest of the city of Weyburn. The project is set to be operational by summer 2022, supplying clean energy to the Saskatchewan electrical grid.
The Burchill Wind Project is located on Crown land approximately 15km southwest of the City of Saint John, near Lorneville and the existing Coleson Cove Generating Station. We are delighted to be working with Saint John Energy as both our interconnection partner and the buyer of the energy produced by the Project.
On January 10, 2020 the Oinpegitjoig Wind Project reached commercial operation. This milestone means that the project is now producing renewable energy that is flowing directly onto the electrical grid.
The Amherst Community Wind Farm is located in the County of Cumberland, approximately 5 kilometers east of Amherst, Nova Scotia. The site lies between John Black Road and Pumping Station Road on privately owned land. The Amherst Community Wind Farm consists of two wind turbines with an installed capacity of 3.0 MW each for a total project capacity of 6 MW. ​
The Sukunka Wind Energy Project was developed by the Sukunka Wind Project Limited Partnership, a partnership between Natural Forces and Saulteau First Nation. This Project has an installed capacity of 15 MW and is located on crown land within the Peace River Region approximately 16 km south of Chetwynd and nine kilometers west of Lone Prairie, BC. Natural Forces, a renewable energy developer, developed this Projects on behalf of the Limited Partnership. The project consists of four turbines.
The Zonnebeke Wind Energy Project was developed by the Zonnebeke Wind Project Limited Partnership, a partnership between Natural Forces and West Moberly First Nation. This Project has an installed capacity of 15 MW and is located on crown land within the Peace River Region approximately 16 km south of Chetwynd and nine kilometers west of Lone Prairie, BC. Natural Forces, a renewable energy developer, developed this Project on behalf of the Limited Partnership. The Project consists of 4 turbines. ​On April 1st, 2021, the Zonnebeke Wind Energy Project was officially commissioned by BC Hydro.
The Fairmont Wind Project is located in the County of Antigonish, in the province of Nova Scotia. The project site is approximately 6 kilometers north of the community of Antigonish and 50 kilometers east of New Glasgow. The site lies adjacent to Fairmont Road, one kilometer southwest of Triton Brook Road.​
The Barrachois Community Wind Farm is located on privately owned land in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality near the community of Barrachois, located approximately 15 km west of Sydney, 4.5 km south west of Scotch Lake and lies adjacent to Grand Narrows Highway.​​ ​​With an installed capacity of 4.7 MW, the Barrachois Community Wind Farm is estimated to supply approximately 1,461 homes with electricity while offsetting 10,604 tonnes of carbon dioxide annually.​
​The Hillside Boularderie Community Wind Farm is located in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality, in the province of Nova Scotia. The project site is approximately 5 kilometers southwest of the Bras D'or community and 18 kilometers northwest of Sydney. The site lies adjacent to Hillside Boularderie Road and approximately 2 kilometers south of Highway 105. ​This capacity is estimated to supply approximately 1,502 homes with electricity while offsetting 9,662 tonnes of carbon dioxide annually.​
The proposed Aulds Mountain Wind Farm is located near the community of Piedmont in the Municipality of Pictou County. The project site is approximately 20 km east of New Glasgow and 6 km south east of Merigomish.​​​ ​This capacity is estimated to supply approximately 1,862 homes with electricity while offsetting 13,212 tonnes of carbon dioxide annually.​
The Gaetz Brook Community Wind Farm is located in the Halifax Regional Municipality, in the province of Nova Scotia. The project site is approximately 1.5 kilometers southwest of the Gaetz Brook community and approximately 9 kilometers east of Porters Lake. The site lies adjacent to Highway 107.​​ ​​With an installed capacity of 2.35 MW, the Gaetz Brook Community Wind Farm is estimated to supply approximately 740 homes with electricity while offsetting 5,038 tonnes of carbon dioxide annually.​
The Wocawson Energy Project is located in Kings County, New Brunswick approximately 20 kilometers northeast of the Town of Sussex. The site lies between Route 114 and Portage Vale on Provincial Crown Land. The Wocawson Energy Project will consist of 5 turbines with an installed capacity of 20 MW being built. Phase 1 of this project became operation in December, 2020. There is an optional phase 2 to the project that may consist of an additional 5 turbines and 20 MW, this has been permitted but there is no immediate timeline or plans for this second phase.