Red Rock Wind


EDF Renewables is proposing to develop, construct and operate the Red Rock Wind Power Project located north of the Red Rock Coulee, to the south of Seven Persons, in the County of Forty Mile No. 8, Alberta. The Project will generate up to 165.6 MW and will include 46 turbine locations. A map outlining the location of the site can be found hereIn addition to working with the County of 40 Mile No. 8, EDF Renewables Canada will seek necessary approvals from the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) and Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP).

We will continue to engage with the community, landowners, and local government, and anticipate filing our application to the AUC in Q2 2018.


Following the completion of first round of the Renewable Electricity Program (REP), the Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO) launched Rounds 2 & 3 of the program in March 2018. The second round of the REP includes 300 MW of renewable electricity for projects. The third round will procure up to 400 MW of renewable electricity. The two rounds are separate but parallel competitions with target in-service dates of June 30, 2021.

Project Phases

Community engagement will take place throughout all phases of the Project, which consist of:


Current stage Includes public engagement, environmental field studies, AUC application preparation and submission AUC approval expected by Q2/Q3 2018

Anticipated start of construction Q4 2018

Anticipated Operation in Q4 2019 with operations lasting 20 – 25 years


Full decommissioning and reclamation will last 6-12 months following the 20 – 25 year operational term

As the Project is currently in Stage 1, engagement at this time is focused on sharing preliminary Project information, getting to know the community, and collecting feedback from neighbors, stakeholders and other interested parties.

Community Engagement


We invited the community to come out and learn more about the Red Rock Wind Power Project at two open houses in Seven Persons, AB. Our first community open house was held on April 26, 2017 and our second community open house was held on November 15, 2017. Copies of the information presented at these open houses can be found under the “News” tab.”


Community Benefits

EDF Renewables values the long-term benefits of working with the local community. If the Red Rock Wind Power Project is approved, the local community will benefit from the following:

■ Employment opportunities for the construction and operations of the Project.

■ Contract opportunities for local businesses.

■ Local investments into hospitality and construction services during the development, construction and operations phases of the Project.

■ Tax revenues throughout the life of the Project.

Community Involvement

EDF Renewables believes every renewable energy project should be developed in lasting partnership with the local community. We strive to be a good neighbor and we work closely with the community to design our Project in a way that is respectful to the needs, heritage and future of Forty Mile County.

Contact Us

Should you have questions, comments or any interest in the Project, please contact the Red Rock Wind Power Project development team at any time:

David Warner, Manager Development
Phone: 1-844-55-EDF-EN (1-844-553-3336)

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