About NWF

What We Do

Northumberland Wind Field Inc

Between 2015 and 2018 NWF built two (2) sustainable wind energy projects to produce clean, green sustainable electricity for use in local rural communities. Local community benefits derived from the construction of the Avondale and Fitzpatrick Mtn projects are:

  • Local Generation: on Doliber Mountain in Avondale, Pictou County, Nova Scotia
  • Local Generation: on Fitzpatrick Mountain near Scotsburn, Pictou County, Nova Scotia
  • Local Use: electricity supplies homes and businesses in the local community
  • Local Economy: local services used, and municipal taxes are paid
  • Building sustainable energy communities provides current and future economic, social and environmental benefits
  • Contracting of local businesses for project construction
  • Contracting of local businesses for project maintenance, and for services as needed
  • Provision of a means for the community to become involved and have ownership in renewable energy
  • Provision of Offerings of Shares (1) increased the amount of capital reinvested in Nova Scotia and, (2) gave project ownership to investors

 

 

Doliber Mountain
Arial view of the Avondale project. In the foreground is the crane pad at the top of Doliber Mtn and the road leading to the other proposed wind turbine sites and to the Barney's River Road entrance.