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Aug. 11, 2015 –

Rural residents are invited to a meeting to hear about and discuss proposed renewable energy projects that can produce more than 500kW of power for the Kingston community.

The rural advisory committee will host the meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 20 in the Fairmount Home Auditorium at 2069 Battersea Rd. in Glenburnie. 

Presentations will be made by these proponents of renewable energy projects suggested for the following locations:

  • Saturn Power Inc. –  Middle Road Solar Farm: 2513 Middle Rd., 2800 Joyceville Rd., 1478 Joyceville Rd., 1405 Joyceville Rd. and 1539 Joyceville Rd. in Part of Lots 19 and 20, Concession 2
  • Sky Power Projects ULC. – DistinctLight Solar Project, MistLight Solar Project and ClassicLight Solar Project: 3928 Howes Rd., 3784 Unity Rd., 3693 Unity Rd., 3872 Unity Rd., 3936 Unity Rd. and the property located on Con 6 WA Pt Lot 9
  • Bondfield NCC Solar LP I – Kingston Sun Solar: Lots 11 and 12, Concession 5 and Lots 10 and 11, Concession 6
  • NextEra Canada Development and Acquisitions, Inc. – Cordukes Solar Energy Centre: Concession 5 WA Pt Lot 2 S; 2081 Westbrook Rd.; Concession 5, Part Lot 1; Concession 5, Part Lot 2
  • NextEra Canada Development and Acquisitions, Inc. – Battersea Solar Energy Centre: 1800 Battersea Rd.
  • Renewable Energy Systems Canada Inc. – Cataraqui Ridge Solar LP: 1174-1176 McAdoo's Lane in Part of Lot 30, Concession 4, Part of Lot 29, Concession 4  
  • Invenergy LLC – Kingston East Solar Project: 3664 Concession Rd. 4

About the province's large renewable procurement process

This public consultation is part of the province's Large Renewable Procurement Process, created to give municipalities a stronger voice and additional opportunities to participate in the development of large-scale renewable energy projects. 

While the province is the final authority on the development of these large-scale renewable energy projects, the City of Kingston can offer support for them through council. Decisions made at the rural advisory committee meeting will be considered at a special meeting of council at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 26 in City Hall's Council Chamber, 216 Ontario St.

For more information about the rural advisory committee public meeting contact Catalina Blumenberg, committee clerk at 613-546-4291, ext. 1317 or .

About the City of Kingston

The City of Kingston provides municipal services to 125,000 residents living in this visually stunning, historic city, often ranked one of the best places to live in Canada. In 2014, it was named a Top 7 Smart Community by the Intelligent Community Forum. Kingston is focusing on being smart and livable as it pursues its vision to become Canada's most sustainable city. We focus on environmental responsibility, social equity, economic health and cultural vitality - - ensuring that today's decisions don't compromise our future.  Please visit and join the conversation on social media.

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Media contact: For more information call the communications department at 613-546-4291, ext. 2300.