Sea Breeze Power Corp.
333 Seymour St.
Lobby Mailbox 91, Suite 1400
Attn: General Inquiries / Renseignements généraux
Sea Breeze Power Corp is a leading developer of renewable energy in British Columbia. Sea Breeze Power Corp. is developing world-class wind properties on northern Vancouver Island, leading the race to place the first wind turbine in BC. The company is also pursuing other opportunities including "run of river" hydro, energy storage, direct current transmission, and renewable energy solutions for remote communities.
Sea Breeze Power Corp is studying low impact hydro sites in southern British Columbia.
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Knob Hill Wind Farm Proposal
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