The proposed Wart Wind Farm will produce enough clean and renewable electricity to power 5,876 households annually.

The expansive lands of the Okanagan have many areas that are suitable for wind energy projects due to strong winds, and many areas having experienced substantial logging in the past. The project’s wind turbines will use the kinetic energy of the wind and convert it into electricity. Over the years the technology behind wind turbines has matured and improved, culminating into today’s machines that are effective and safe.

This website is where you can find project information and updates, and where you can voice any questions, opinions or concerns. Your feedback will help us ensure the proposed project is developed and constructed in the best possible manner.

Project Updates

Development Plan

The latest Development Plan submitted to the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resources Operations & Rural Development can be accessed via the following link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/tulhb234tby4729/AADDBwpWSsCaIDomYn-p3t5Ua?dl=0

Public Open House

Please join us as we share information and solicit feedback from Merritt area residents and First Nations regarding the proposed Wart Wind Farm. The Public Open House is scheduled for the evening of Thursday June 15th from 6:30-8:30pm at the Civic Center (1950 Mamette Ave) in Merritt.

Information Sessions

Please join us as we share information and solicit feedback from Merritt area residents and First Nations regarding the proposed Wart Wind Farm.

The Public Open House is scheduled for the evening of Thursday June 15th from 6:30-8:30pm at the Civic Center (1950 Mamette Ave) in Merritt.

The Team

We are a Vancouver-based developer of clean energy project that believes in the importance of planning, designing, constructing and operating projects in a manner that is environmentally sustainable, respectful, and considerate of the concerns of stakeholders and First Nations.

Our team is made up of passionate individuals with years of experience developing energy projects in Canada. Most notably, many of us were part of the original development team for the 99 MW Cape Scott Wind Farm located on Vancouver Island. We see the shift of the world’s energy production to clean and renewable sources as an important step to ensuring the continued prosperity and availability of the earth’s resources for future generations.