Bow Lake Wind Farm
The Bow Lake Wind Farm is located approximately 80km northwest of Sault Ste Marie, Ontario, primarily on Crown lands. The site is in the Algoma district close to the eastern edge of Lake Superior and south of the Montreal river. It lies within the Batchewana First Nations (BFN) territory and the BFN know and refer to the Project as Chinodin Chigumi Nodin Kitagan.
The Bow Lake Wind Farm is one of the largest economic partnerships between a First Nation and a wind energy developer in Canada. The project was commissioned in 2015.
|Consented Number of Turbines||36|
|Current Owner||The Nodin Kitagan Limited Partnership (A partnership between the Batchewana First Nation of Ojibways and Blue Earth Renewables)|