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Resource Documents: Manitoba (2 items)

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Documents presented here are not the product of nor are they necessarily endorsed by National Wind Watch. These resource documents are provided to assist anyone wishing to research the issue of industrial wind power and the impacts of its development. The information should be evaluated by each reader to come to their own conclusions about the many areas of debate.


Real-time wind production — various regions

Author:  National Wind Watch

Notes: Please be patient as this page loads – it’s pulling in a lot of data from around the world.
This page makes extensive use of iframes, which may require you to allow them on your browser.
Any error messages are likely due to the originating pages, not to this page at Wind Watch.


Germany, Netherlands, U.K., Spain, Portugal, Italy, Poland: Current production of RWE Npower facilities

Australia: South-West Interconnected System: Current production and past 24 hours’ total load and generation


Denmark: Current production and imports/exports (kraftwærker = power plants; windmøller = wind turbiness; nettoudveksling = net exchange; elforbrug = electricity consumption)

Denmark: Current consumption, production, and prices


Nordpool: Current production, exchange, and price in the Nordic power system


Estonia: Current production, plus graphs (“diagrams”) of past 24 hours and 7 days of six 4-Energia wind energy facilities, also webcams (total capacities: Esivere 8 MW, Pakri 18.4 MW, Tooma I 24 MW, Virtsu I-III 15 MW, Viru-Nigula 24 MW, Mockiai 12 MW, Sudenai 14 MW)


France: Quarter-hour consumption and production

France: Quarter-hour production and installed capacities

Germany: Electricity generation and consumption – previous week and historical (stromverbrauch = electricity consumption)

Germany: Quarter-hour wind production in EnBW control area (Baden-Württemberg)


Great Britain: Last 24 hours of generation by fuel type, every 5 minutes

Great Britain: Current, weekly, monthly, yearly demand and production


Ireland: Daily quarter-hour wind generation< and system demand


Portugal: Real-time wind power generation and total power generation (wind is included under “special status


Spain: Real-time wind generation, with percentage of capacity and percentage of demand (may not work in all browsers)

Spain: Real-time generation from all sources (may not work in all browsers)



Alberta: Monthly wind power forecast vs. actual comparison reports


Ontario: Latest hour of generation

Ontario: Daily hourly generation (scroll to bottom of table for wind plant)

Ontario: Hourly generation and other power data


Northwestern USA: Previous week, real-time 5-minute wind generation, Bonneville Power Administration
BPA load and wind generation


California: Daily hourly production, CAISO [click here to download complete report (PDF) from previous day.]
CAISO: yesterday's renewables production


Arizona and New Mexico: Real-time 5-min production and load


Midwest ISO hourly wind production (compare to total load)

North Dakota: Previous week, Basin electric Power Cooperative
Basin Electric wind generation, previous week


New England fuel mix (ISO-NE)


Barnstable, Massachusetts: hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, yearly production and consumption of a 100-kW turbine since June 1, 2011 (100% daily generation would be 2,400 kWh)


Falmouth, Massachusetts: hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, yearly production and consumption of a 1.65-MW turbine since March 23, 2010 (100% daily generation would be 39,600 kWh)



Ipswich, Massachusetts: hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, yearly production and consumption of a 1.6-MW turbine since May 18, 2011 (100% daily generation would be 38,400 kWh)



Scituate, Massachusetts: hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, yearly production and consumption of a 1.5-MW turbine since March 30, 2012 (100% daily generation would be 36,000 kWh)



Mark Richey Woodworking, Newburyport, Massachusetts: hourly, daily, monthly production of a 600-kW turbine since June 2009 (100% daily generation would be 14,400 kWh)


University of Delaware, Newark: current power output (kW) of 2,000-kW turbine

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Date added:  April 29, 2008
Contracts, ManitobaPrint storyE-mail story

Confidential Right-of-Way Agreement

Author:  Bowark Energy

Grant of Rights.

Right-of-Way. Subject to all of the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement, Grantor hereby grants, conveys and assigns an exclusive right-of-way and easement (the “Right-of-Way”) to Grantee, its successors and assigns in, upon, over, across, along, above, through and under the Lands (which Right-of-Way shall run with the Lands), for the following purposes:

2.1.1 Windpower Facilities and Project Operations. …

2.1.2 Other Improvements. …

2.1.3 Access. …

2.1.4 Overhang Rights. …

2.1.5 Wind Non-Obstruction Rights. to use, maintain and capture the free and unobstructed flow of wind currents over and across the Lands, and in order to give effect to this right, the following provisions shall apply to each building or structure [including trees, as specified in 2.3.2] installed, constructed or placed on the Lands by Grantor after the Effective Date:

(a) Grantor shall obtain prior written permission from Grantee for any structure located 300 meters or less from a Generating Unit that is part of the Project;

(b) Grantor shall obtain prior written permission from Grantee for any structure over 40 feet (or 12.19 meters) in height that is located less than 1000 meters from a Generating Unit that is part of the Project;

(c) Grantor shall obtain prior written permission from Grantee for any structure over 50 feet (or 15.24 meters) in height that is located over 1000 meteres from a Generating Unit that is part of the Project;

(d) Grantor shall obtain prior written permission from the Grantee to install or place any single structure, or any cluster of separate structures, on the Lands which, individually or in the aggregate, exceed a total area of 7000 square meters; …

2.1.6. Noise Rights. to generate and maintain audible noise levels on and above the Lands up to sixty-five (65) db(A) in excess of the ambient noise level measured at ground level at a point five hundred (500) meters in an upwind direction from the source of the noise, wherever originating, at any or all times of the day or night; and

2.1.7 Shadow and Flicker Rights. to cast shadows, whether intermittent or constant of the towers and rotors of the Generating Units and/or any and all Other Improvements … onto the Lands. …

Conduct of Operations and Use of Lands.

5.2 Restrictions on Access. During the Term, Grantee shall use commercially reasonable efforts to restrict all private consultants and governmental personnel to areas of the Lands impacted by the proposed Windpower Facilities; …

5.10 Relocation and Replacement of Windpower Facilities. Grantee shall have the right to reconstruct, relocate and replace Generating Units at any location on the Lands and to use the Lands for related activities subject to required governmental approvals, if any; …

5.13 Lot Line Setbacks. To the fullest extent applicable, Grantor hereby waives any and all rights they may have to pursue any remedies under any Applicable Laws related to setback dimensions and requirements applicable to the Generating Units from front, side, and rear lot lines of the Lands and/or any adjacent Lands, and agree not to bring any complaint, suit or action or intervene in any investigation or inquiry by any Person with respect thereto. Grantor agrees to use commercially reasonable efforts to assist, cooperate and participate in any proceeding and petition prepared by Grantee in connection with any modification or variance to an existing setback requirement.

5.14 Signal Reception. To the fullest extent applicable, Grantor hereby waives any and all rights it may have to pursue any remedies related to any potential interference with radio and television signal reception that may be caused by the Windpower Facilities or the Project Operations. …

Indemnification and Exculpation.

… The foregoing indemnity shall not extend to property damage or personal injury or death attributable to risks of known dangers associated with Grantee’s intended activities on the Lands, such as electromagnetic fields or stray voltage, unless caused by the gross negligence or wilful misconduct of Grantee.

Download original document: “Bowark ROW Agreement

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