SunBridge Windpower project

Title: SunBridge Windpower project

Description
SunBridge is Suncor's first renewable energy project. Located near Gull Lake, Saskatchewan, the facility generates enough zero-emissions electricity to offset about 33,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide per year.
Keywords
wind, power, renewable, energy, electricity, carbon dioxide, turbine, Gull Lake, Saskatchewan
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