energy is one of the fastest growing types of renewable
energy. Recent advances in wind technology have made
wind energy feasible and economically viable.
The earth's wind potential is inexhaustible, and wind
farms can be developed both onshore and offshore. Wind
is an excellent form of supplemental clean power, and must
be more fully utilized in order to reach global targets
for offsetting and minimizing carbon emissions. Walam Energy
is exploring potential projects in all of its regions of
WalAm Energy is a proactive champion of renewable energy.
It is our mandate to explore all possibilities for sustainable
and value-based load investment, including wind power.
At this time, we are focusing our efforts on establishing
geothermal and run-of-the-river projects. We are continuing
our research for ideal sites for investment as well as
coordinating our portfolio to include wind power as an
supplement to current geothermal or run-of-the-river opportunities.
Within in our area of interest in British Columbia, WalAm
has identified a wind farm project. The Wind Atlas indicates
150 MW or more of wind power output potential. Further
work will be carried out along with the evaluation of the
existing run of river and geothermal potential of the area.