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Samsung C&T, together with some of the world’s leading renewable energy companies, is making an unprecedented $5-Billion private-sector investment in Ontario to create the largest cluster of wind and solar power anywhere on the planet. Thanks to Samsung’s Green Energy Investment Agreement with the Government of Ontario, we will create 9,000 jobs, kick-start a new industry in Ontario and generate 1,369 megawatts of clean energy – enough to power 328,000 Ontario homes. We are making significant progress in meeting the terms of our Agreement, on an extremely ambitious project schedule.


November 7, 2013:
Grand Renewable Wind construction begins, creating more jobs and investment in Ontario
Project brings more than 1,000 local construction and manufacturing jobs
October 15, 2013:
Samsung, Connor Clark & Lunn and Six Nations Announce Financing For Largest Solar Project in Canada
Grand Renewable Solar Project to Create Hundreds of Local Jobs in the Community
September 17, 2013:
Samsung and Pattern Close Financing for Grand Renewable Wind Project, Jumpstarting Job Creation in Ontario
Over 1,000 Ontario workers will be involved in project construction and manufacturing
August 13, 2013:
Grand Renewable Wind LP
(NEW) Commencement of Site Preparation Notice
August 2, 2013:
Airport Improvements are Under Way
Supporting local business and creating jobs in Chatham-Kent
June 26, 2013:
Samsung Renewable Energy signs manufacturing partnership agreement with Canadian Solar Inc.
New plant will create 200 high-skilled manufacturing jobs in London, Ontario
June 20, 2013:
Samsung C&T statement on the amended Green Energy Investment Agreement
The contract now commits Samsung and its partners to invest $5-billion in Ontario, to develop a total of 1,369 megawatts (MW) of renewable energy over three phases by 2016.
April 30, 2013:
Samsung and Pattern Announce the Start of Construction of South Kent Wind, Creating Jobs and Investment in Ontario
Over 1,000 Ontario workers will be involved in South Kent Wind project construction and manufacturing
April 23, 2013:
Samsung and Pattern Announce The South Kent Wind Community Benefits Program
South Kent Wind project to contribute $11.5 million to support local initiatives in the Municipality of Chatham-Kent
March 12, 2013:
Samsung and Pattern Secure Financing and Begin Construction of South Kent Wind Project
Project will create significant jobs, revenue and clean energy for Ontario communities