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April 2018 - Clem Geo secures joint development partners ABO Wind (Germany) and Rocky Mountain Power (Alberta) to form a SPV for the Nose Hill Wind Farm.

March 2017 - Clem Geo is pleased to welcome our new Business Development Manager, Saad Ahmed who joined our team.


    Nose Hill Wind Farm

    Project Status:  In Development
    Location:                Paintearth County No. 18, Alberta
    ​Planned Capacity:  100 MW
    ​Facility Type:         Wind


    ​Clem Geo-Energy Corp. is planning to construct Nose Hill Wind Farm.  The approximate 100 MW proposed facility will be located in the Paintearth County of Alberta.

    ​Site expansion from the original land base is now in progress along with reassessment from a distributed energy to a transmission project.  The area consists of cultivated and natural grassland in an excellent land based wind regime, close to transmission infrastructure.  The project is bordered by Highway 884 to the east and Highway 599 to the north.

    ​Clem Geo is planning to bring on business partners with both local and international wind farm and project building experience in Q1 2018 to help move the project forward to shovel ready stage and potential exit.

    ​For any additional information concerning this and other Clem Geo projects, please contact Charlene Beckie, CEO at [email protected]

      Castle Meridian Wind Farm


      Project Status:  In Development
      Location:                MD of Pincher Creek No. 9, Alberta
      ​Planned Capacity:  26 MW
      ​Facility Type:         Wind


      Clem Geo-Energy Corp. is planning to construct the Castle Meridian Wind Farm.  This approximate 25 MW proposed project will be located in the MD of Pincher Creek in Alberta.

      ​Clem Geo is currently conducting feasibility studies on the existing and proposed land base to determine optimum project size.  The area consists of cultivated land in an excellent, proven wind regime, close to roadways, distribution and transmission infrastructure.  The project is bordered by Highway 507 to the south and Highway 11 to the east.

      ​Clem Geo is planning to bring on investment partners by Q4 2018 to help move the project forward to operational.

      ​For any additional information concerning this and other Clem Geo projects, please contact Charlene Beckie, CEO at [email protected]


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