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Wind Turbine Ice Safety Notice  

Credit:  Shoreline Beacon, www.shorelinebeacon.com 4 January 2011 ~~

As with any tall structures, please use caution when approaching wind turbines when potential icing conditions exist. Potential icing conditions can occur at any time during the colder months. Caution should be exercised from November to April inclusive.

The 110 turbine Underwood Wind Farm of EOWP is located in the area two miles north of the Village of Tiverton, just west of Sideroad 30, east of the shores of Lake Huron, and south of the Municipality of Saugeen Shores; and the 5 turbines of Cruickshank Wind Farm are located west of Highway 21 just south of concession 11 in the former Kincardine Township. Please stay well back from each turbine to minimize the potential safety risk due to falling ice. Unauthorized entry to the access roads of the wind turbines is not permitted. Signage is posted at each wind turbine location.

Contact the Enbridge Ontario Renewable Energy office at 795 Queen Street in Kincardine at 519-396-2440 or 1-877-396-2440 with any concerns.

Source:  Shoreline Beacon, www.shorelinebeacon.com 4 January 2011

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