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Wind Project Inc.

WPI develops and manages the construction of wind farms in Canada, with a focus on land based wind farms in Newfoundland.

WPI was incorporated under the laws of Ontario, Canada, in May 2001 and is owned by its two principles Frank Weber and Helge Wittholz. The principles, both mechanical engineers (MSc) with each 20 plus years in the wind business, cover all technical and management aspects of wind farm development, construction and operation.

WPI developed the proposed Bonavista wind farm site, prepared all required submissions and responded to Nalcor’s RFP’s for wind energy in 2005 and 2006. The Bonavista site is still in a “shovel ready” status.

From 2006 to 2013, WPI developed and built the 6.15 MW wind farm wind farm “Oxley” in south western Ontario on time and budget, under contract with the project owners.

WPI is in late stage development of the proposed Argentia wind farm. In collaboration with the Argentia Management Authority, WPI has been pursuing the Argentia wind farm project since 2002.

Through its NEIA membership, WPI wishes to jointly promote the development of clean technology and the growth of the green economy in Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Helge Wittholz
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helge.wittholz@gmail.com

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