Here's a selection  

 of projects from  

 our portfolio  

FORM POWER has a number of energy projects under development, and holds expertise that spans a range of energy generation technologies.

Below are a selection of our most promising energy projects at the moment.

Mt. Hays Wind Farm

The proposed Mt. Hays Wind Farm is located in coastal northwest British Columbia, Canada; approximately 3 km to the south of the downtown area of the City of Prince Rupert. It is within the boundaries of the City of Prince Rupert.

Juan de Fuca Cable

The Juan de Fuca Cable (pronounced "wahn de feeu-ka") is a proposed 30 mile, 550 megawatt HVDC Light® undersea, buried electric transmission line connecting Port Angeles, Washington State, USA with Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. The line offers a means of enhancing the regional transmission system by increasing capacity and reliability on both sides of the border, increasing international trade between Canada and the United States, enhancing grid security, and represents a critical step in defining the regions energy future with minimal environmental impact. Significant system upgrades to the transmission grid on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State are included in the project. Market-based financing allows cable to be built with no risk to taxpayers and ratepayers.

Mt. Oldfield Wind Farm

The Mt. Oldfield project is a proposed wind farm with a planned capacity of 15-20 MW. The project site is in the coastal northwest of British Columbia, Canada; approximately 3 km to the south of downtown Prince Rupert.

Pothole Wind Farm

The proposed Pothole Wind Farm is a 15-20 MW wind energy project located in British Columbia, Canada; approximately 50 km west of Kelowna and 40 km southeast of Merritt, along Highway 97C. The project site is on an elevated plateau between 1,600m - 1,700m, with good constructability. A meteorological tower has been measuring wind data since 2013, and indicates a strong wind resource. Significant work has been completed in areas of feasibility, environmental studies, archaeological studies, and early stage project design.

www.potholewindfarm.com

Wart Wind Farm

The Wart Wind Farm is a proposed wind energy project. It has a planned capacity of 15-20 MW. It is located in the Okanagan region of British Columbia, Canada; approximately 60 km west of Kelowna and 33 km southeast of Merritt, along Highway 97C. The project site is on an elevated plateau between 1,600m - 1,700m, with good constructability. Wind data has been collected since 2013, and have proved the site entails a strong wind resource. Significant work has been completed in areas of feasibility, environmental studies, archaeological studies, and early stage project design.

www.wartwindfarm.com