Oct 6, 2011 - Canadian green energy firm Sprott Power Corp (TSE:SPZ) today said it had acquired rights to a 100 MW wind power project in the province of Alberta.
The company did not disclose details about the deal.
Sprott Power is focused on establishing green energy projects in Alberta to tap the growing demand for energy in the province, its president and CEO, Jeff Jenner, said.
This is the company's second wind power asset acquisition in the province, after the buy of a 40 MW wind power project in the second quarter of the current year.
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