WindPower
Wind Power

Wind power is one of the fastest growing sources of electricity generation in the world. It is efficient, emissions-free and infinitely renewable. Investment in wind power is a key component of Suncor's climate change action plan.

Wind power is also one of the most economically recognized forms of renewable energy. Suncor is a Canadian pioneer in wind energy with six power developments in operation and other projects in the planning stages. These six wind energy facilities have a generating capacity of 255 megawatts, enough to power about 100,000 Canadian homes.

The wind projects in which we invest, would avoid approximately 500,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide each year, equivalent to the annual tailpipe emissions of more than 113,000 cars.

Name Location Size Commissioned

Ripley

Ripley, Ontario 76 MW
38 turbines
2007

Chin Chute

Taber, Alberta

30 MW
20 turbines
2006

Magrath

Magrath, Alberta 30 MW
20 turbines
2004

SunBridge

Gull Lake, Saskatchewan 11 MW
17 turbines
2002

Kent Breeze

Thamesville, Ontario 20 MW
8 turbines
2011

Wintering Hills

Drumheller, Alberta 88 MW
55 turbines
2011

We continue to evaluate new opportunities to build our wind energy portfolio. There are a number of project sites that are in various stages of development, and regulatory and internal approvals. The Suncor Energy Cedar Point and Adelaide Wind Power Projects, noted below, are currently being progressed to submit the Renewable Energy Application (REA) to the Ministry of Environment (MOE).

Name Location Size

Adelaide

Strathroy, Ontario 40 MW
Up to 18 turbines

Cedar Point

Forest, Ontario 100 MW
Up to 46 turbines

Contact the Renewable Energy team