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Sundog Renewable Generating Station Project

130 kilometres upstream of Fort McMurray (Alberta)

Reference number: 80146
Federal Responsible Authority: Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
Proponent: Sundog RGS GP Inc.
Environmental Assessment Commenced: 2018-01-10
Environmental Assessment Type: Environmental Assessment by Responsible Authority
Status: Environmental assessment terminated

Latest Update

February 14, 2018 - The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency terminated the environmental assessment process of the designated project at the request of the proponent.

About the Proposal

Sundog RGS GP Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Innergex Renewable Energy Inc., is proposing the construction and operation of a run-of river hydroelectric facility on the Athabasca River located approximately 130 kilometres upstream of Fort McMurray, Alberta. The proposed Sundog Renewable Generating Station Project would have a generating capacity of 135 megawatts. Components would include a new 240 kilovolt transmission line, a spillway to increase the water level in the river, a powerhouse, in-river embankment structures, boat launches, access roads, and ramp fishways.


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