Activities resume in a Chatham-Kent wind farm

TerraForm Power said Wednesday that 22 of the companies 52 wind turbines were back in operation, nearly a month after a wind turbine broke and collapsed on its own.

After the January 19th incident, the company temporarily shut down all activities of the wind farm, to investigate the cause of the breakage.

The company’s investor relations director, Chad Reed, said TerraForm Power is pursuing a full inspection of the site, which will be completed in the coming weeks.

“After a thorough review by independent professionals and third parties, as well as our own engineering team, 22 of the 52 wind turbines were put back into service,” he wrote in a statement sent by email to CBC News. .

The director did not specify what caused the incident.

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By Rita Goldring

Rita Goldring is a reporter for Cambridge Daily Mirror. After graduating from the University Of Toronto, with a master degree in history, Rita got an internship at Global TV Kitchener and worked on profiling local business owners who recently immigrated to Canada from Syria. Rita was also was a columnist for the Huff Post Canada. Rita mostly entertainment and community events.

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