Wind Energy Projects, Aeolis Wind Power Corporation

Allnorth provided technical review and mapping services for two proposed wind energy projects in northeastern British Columbia: Hackney Hills and Thunder Mountain. The scope of work consisted of reviewing the planned transmission line corridors to identify and resolve any perceived access constructability and development issues. The two wind power projects together comprise 295 wind turbines generating approximately 702 MW of electricity.

Allnorth’s responsibilities for this project included:

  • Terrain modeling of LiDAR Data
  • Base map acquisition, amalgamation, and review
  • Assessing road development potential
  • Identifying stream crossings along corridor
  • Reviewing the Environmental Assessment (EA) Application


About this power project

The Thunder Mountain wind project is located on provincial Crown land in the Peace River District, about 18 km southeast of Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia. The Hackney Hills Wind Project is located approximately 50 km northwest of the town of Hudson's Hope, BC and the Bennett Dam, on the logical route of the Northeast Transmission Line. Both projects have an estimated total generating capacity of up to 300 MW.

Services in this project

Civil Engineering

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Environmental

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Mechanical Engineering

Allnorth provides comprehensive mechanical and piping engineering services to industrial projects. Our in-house  multidisciplinary expertise allows Allnorth to offer integrated service packages for clients in multiple sectors.

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Surveying

Our experienced team of professional and technical survey staff use Real Time Kinematic (RTK) GPS, robotic total stations, CADD On Site, and 3D laser scanning to support projects in a variety of industries.

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