Wheatland Wind Project LP

Wheatland Wind Project in its approval for construction


Wheatland Wind Project LP




Public Private Partnerships (P3)

Date Closed


Power and Utilities

Lead Office



On September 16, 2021, Wheatland Wind Project announced it has gained approval to move forward with its construction of 24 wind turbines, as well as an accompanying substation and associated utility infrastructure. The Wheatland Wind Project (WWP) is a 122.4-megawatt (MW) wind power plant located southeast of the Town of Drumheller, Alberta. The WWP will connect to Alberta’s electrical grid through an existing 138kV transmission line located within the project area, which is owned by ATCO Electric Ltd. Commercial operation of the WWP is anticipated to begin in Q4 of 2022.

Wheatland Wind Project LP is a partnership between Potentia Renewables and Greengate Power Corporation.

Wheatland Wind Project is a renewable energy project run by Wheatland County.

Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP advised Wheatland Wind Project with a team consisting of Danna Donald (Commercial), Simon Baines, (Energy), Marissa Kirsh (Construction Law), Bryce Kustra, Luke Stretch (Real Estate) and Peter Osmond (Corporate).