A powerful force in New Brunswick
TransAlta was the first to bring commercial wind power to New Brunswick. In 2008, our 96 megawatt Kent Hills facility began operation. In 2010, our 54 megawatt expansion of Kent Hills achieved commercial operation. The Kent Hills Wind Facility now carries a nameplate capacity of 150 MW, producing enough electricity for approximately 26,300 average homes. New Brunswick has tremendous wind energy potential and we are committed to helping harness its promise while reinforcing our reputation as a safe operator, and as a contributing member to the communities in which we operate.
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[breadcrumb] Calgary, AB (November 6, 2014) – In North America, we take electricity for granted. We flip a switch and forget about it. Many others in the world don’t have this luxury. That’s why TransAlta Corporation (TSX: TA; NYSE: TAC) is partnering with Light Up...
[breadcrumb] CALGARY, AB (Sept. 24, 2014) – TransAlta Corporation (TSX: TA; NYSE: TAC) is proud to receive a silver designation in the Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) certification program. The company will accept this award tomorrow, Sept. 25, at a gala event...
TRANSALTA AND MIDAMERICAN CREATE NEW PARTNERSHIP TO DEVELOP AND BUILD NATURAL GAS-FUELED POWER PROJECTS IN CANADA
[breadcrumb] CALGARY, ALBERTA (Oct. 26, 2012) – TransAlta Corporation (TSX: TA; NYSE: TAC) and MidAmerican Energy Holdings Company announced today the creation of a new strategic partnership through which the two companies will work together to develop, build and...
In this community, TransAlta supports …
- Lower Turtle Creek Ladies Aid
- Riverview Lions Club
- New Bandon Salmon Beach Fire Department
… and other organizations