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Pursuant to section 41 of the Electricity Act, 1998, S.O. 1998, Chapter 15, Sched. A, the Applicant has the right to construct the transmission lines over, under or on any public street or highway. The consent of the owner (or any other person having interest) of the public street or highway is not required in order to erect the transmission line.
EB-2011-0063 Filed: 2011-02-28 Exhibit A Tab2 Schedule 1 Page 5 of6 email, phone, comment cards, etc.) by stakeholders which are currently being addressed by the Applicant. 19) Draft reports (the "Draft Reports") developed in furtherance of the REA Application will be released to aboriginal communities and the public in March 2011 with a second public meeting planned for May 2011 (at least 60 days following the release of the Draft Reports). Following the second public meeting, the Draft Reports will be finalized and the REA Application will be submitted to the MOE for approval. As part of the final REA Application, a consultation report (the "Consultation Report'') will be prepared, which will summarize all of the consultation activities and comments received by agencies, aboriginal communities, and the public throughout the REA process. Copies of all notices and comments will also be provided within the Consultation Report. A copy of the Consultation Report will be filed with the Board upon completion. 20) The Applicant expects to receive a decision from the MOE regarding the Wind Project/Proposed Facility REA by September 2011. Construction of the Proposed Facility is expected to begin in September 2011 with commissioning occurring in the first quarter of 2013. A detailed construction and in-service schedule is contained in Exhibit B-6-1. Based on the above noted timelines, the Applicant hereby requests that the Board issue a decision in this matter at its earliest opportunity. 21) The Applicant will finance the development and construction the Proposed Facility using its own resources or alternatively, obtain financing from its affiliates. As such, the Proposed Facility will not have any adverse impact on ratepayers. Once constructed, the Applicant intends to retain ownership of the Proposed Facility. 22) The individuals below are the authorized representatives of the Applicant for the purpose of serving documents throughout this proceeding: Applicant: Jeong Tack Lee Grand Renewable Wind LP c/o Grand Renewable Wind GP Inc 55 Standish Court Mississauga, ON L5R 4B2 Tel: 905.285.1851 Fax:. 905.285.1852 Email: leejt@samsung.com
EB-2011-0063 Filed: 2011-02-28 Exhibit A Tab2 Schedule 1 Page 6 of 6 Applicant's legal counsel George Vegh McCarthy Tetrault LLP Toronto Dominion Bank Tower 66 Wellington St. W Toronto, ON M5K 1E6 Tel: 416.601.7709 Fax: 416.868.0673 Email: gvegh@mccarthy.ca Kristyn Annis McCarthy Tetrault LLP Toronto Dominion Bank Tower 66 Wellington St. W Toronto, ON M5K 1E6 Tel: 416.601.7624 Fax: 416.868.0673 Email: kannis@mccarthy.ca

EB-2011-0063 Filed: 2011-02-28 Exhibit B Tab 3 Schedule 1 Page 2 of 7 to the overhead and underground electricity or distribution lines or cabling and transformer boxes, any related equipment, maintenance buildings, substations, maintenance yards, construction laydown areas, site offices and access roads. 42) The Ground Leases will be assigned by SRE to the Applicant prior to the start of construction of the Proposed Facility. The Landowners are aware of the relationship between SRE and the Applicant and do not object to the assignment of the Ground Leases from SRE to the Applicant. The lessee has the right to assign the Ground Lease and does not require the consent of the lessor written or otherwise to assign the Ground Lease. 43) The municipal addresses of the privately held land parcels are below (please note that the names of the property owners have been removed for their sake of privacy): Landowner Landowner A (Parcel1) Landowner B (Parcel 2) Landowner C (Parcel 3) Municipal Address 1138 Haldimand Road 20 (Cone 8 Lot 3, Geo Twp of Rainham) Cone 9 Pt Lot 1, Pt Lot 2, Geo Twp of Rainham (no municipal address) 352 1st Line (Cone. 1 Lots 13 to 16, Geo Twp of Oneida) Requirement/Status Transition Station Lease executed Transition Station Lease executed Interconnection Station Under negotiation

MOl Lands

44) A portion the Transmission Line and the Collector Substation will be built on MOl Lands (such particular parcel of MOl Lands referred to as the "ORC Land"), being: SCAY CON 4 PT LOTS TWN CAYUGA
45) A license agreement (the "Licence Agreement") has been executed between SRE and the Ministry of Infrastructure with respect to the ORC Land. The License Agreement provides the Applicant with the right to conduct due diligence activities on the ORC Land for the purposes of design and permitting of the Proposed Facility and with an option to enter into a wind option agreement and a solar option agreement (each an "ORC Option Agreemenf') to secure rights to for rights to develop the Wind Project and the Solar Project on the ORC Lands.
EB-2011-0063 Filed: 2011-02-28 Exhibit B Tab3 Schedule 1 Page 3 of? 46) The terms of the ORC Option Agreement are currently being negotiated between ORC and the SRE with respect to the ORC Land. It is intended that the ORC Option Agreement will provide the SRE with the rights to design and construct a portion of the Transmission Line and the Collector Substation on the ORC Land. The form of ORC Option Agreement will be filed with the Board as Exhibit B-3-4 as soon as it is finalized. Transmission Corridor Considerations 47) The Applicant will be using the Haldimand ROW for the purposes of -95% of the linear length of the Transmission Corridor. The Applicant took into account several design parameters and standards in locating and designing the Transmission Corridor. In particular, the following criteria were used to decide the width of the above-ground portion of the Transmission Corridor, which will be 10 meters: CAN/CSA-C22.3 NO. 1-06 and AEUC horizontal clearances and conductor swing under moderate wind pressure of 230Pa. 60 Hz flashover clearances and conductor swing under high wind. Switching surge flashover clearance and conductor swing under five year return wind.

The Lessee, without paying any additional consideration, shall be entitled to erect upon the Demised Lands such Works as it may deem necessary for the purpose of reconstructing, relocating and replacing its equipment, accessories and appurtenances thereto, within, upon or over the Demised Lands; provided, however, the Lessee will, as soon as practicable under the circumstances, take down, dismantle and remove all Works that are no longer required for its reconstructed, relocated or replaced equipment, accessories and appurtenances thereto and will fill up all holes caused by such removal and restore the surface of the Demised Lands as far as may be reasonable and possible.
Removal of Debris upon Completion of Construction
Upon completion of the initial construction of the Works, the Lessee shall level the Demised Lands unless otherwise agreed to by the Lessor, and shall remove all debris from the Demised Lands and restore the same to its fonner state except that the Works themselves shall not constitute debris and the Lessee shall not be required to remove same and restore the Demised Lands associated therewith for a total distance of two (2) metres from any part of the Works or transfonner boxes. 12. Accesii
The Lt:ssee shall not fence the Demised Lands or any portion thereof except in accordance with an agreement with the Lessor and the Lessor shall have free access to, and use of, the Demised Lands and the Lessee hereby grants to the Lessor a licence to use the Demised Lands, including the right to sub-licence the Demised Lands to a third party for agricultural purposes;
- 4provided, however, that such access and use in favour ofthe Lessor or any third party sub-licencee shall not, in any way, interfere with the Lessee in the exercise of any of the rights granted by this Ground Lease or any Works of the Lessee situate within, upon or over the Demised Lands. The Lessor shall not, without the Lessee's consent in writing, change or permit the existing configuration, grade or elevation of the Demised Lands to be changed or permit any excavation or opening whic:h may disturb the existing surface of the Demised Lands provided, however, the Lessor shall be permitted, pursuant to the licence or sub-licence referred to above, to conduct normal agricultural practices upon the Demised Lands without the consent of the Lessee. The Lessor covenants that it will not erect any building or structure on the Demised Lands. The Lessee may install gates in every fence now or constructed in the future across the Demised Lands, such gates to be of sufficient width to admit passage of the Lessor's agricultural vehicles. The Lessee shall, if reque:sted by the Lessor, furnish such gates with a lock. In addition to the Lessor's right to sub-licence the Demised Lands to a third party for agricultural purposes as set out in this Section 12, the Lessor shall also be permitted to lease the remainder of the Property to any third party for agricultural purposes provided that such lease and use in favour of the third party shall not, in any way, interfere with the Lessee in the exercise of any of the rights granted by this Ground Lease.

for all damages and injuries caused by or attributable to the operations of the Transferee. The Transferee shall also pay due compensation for any physical damages to the said Easement Lands resulting from the installation of any ekctric transmission or distribution facilities during the term of this Easement and Right-of-Way. Any gates, fences and tile drains interfered with by the Transferee shall be restored by the Transferee at its exptmse as closely as is reasonably practicable to the condition in which they existed immediately prior to such interference by the Transferee, and in the case of tile drains, such restoration shall be performed in accordance with good drainage practice. 8. As soon as it is reasonably practicable after the construction of the said electric transmission or distribution facilities, the Transferee shall remove all debris therefrom and in all respects restore the said Easement Lands to their former state so far as is practical, save and except for items in respect of which compensation is due under Clause 7 hereof. 9. The Transferor, shall have the right to fully use and enjoy the said Easement Lands, except as may be necessary for any of tli1e purposes hereby granted to the Transferee, provided that without the prior written consent of the Transeree, the Transferor shall not excavate, drill, install, erect or permit to be excavated, drilled, installed or erected in, on, over or through the said Easement Lands any pit, well, foundation, pavement, building or other structure or installation. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Transferee upon request shall consent to the Transferor erecting or repairing fences, constructing or repairing his tile drains and domestic sewer pipes, water pipes and utility pipes and constructing or repairing his lanes, roads, driveways, pathways, and walks across, on and in the said Easement Lands or any portion or portions thereof, provided that before commencing any of the work referred to in this Clause the Transferor shall: (a) give the Transfen:e at least ten ( 10) clear days notice in writing pointing out the work desired so as to enable the Transferet:: to have a representative inspect the site and/or be present at any time or times during the performance of the work, (b) follow the instructions of such representative as to the performance of such work without damage to the said electric transmission or distribution facilities, (c) exercise a high degree of care in carrying out any such work and, (d) perform any such work in such a manner so as not to endanger or damage the said electric transmission or distribution facilities. I 0. Notwithstanding any rule oflaw or equity, any electric transmission or distribution facilities constructed by the Transferee together with all works, appurtenances, attachments, apparatus, appliances, markers, fixtures and

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The facility must satisfy telemetry requirements as per Appendices 4.15 and 4.19 of the Market Rules. The determination of telemetry quantities and telemetry testing will be conducted during the IESO Facility Registration/Market entry process. Protection systems must satisfy requirements of the Transmission system code and specific requirements from the transmitter. New protection systems must be coordinated with existing protection systems. Protective relaying must be configured to ensure transmission equipment remains in service for voltages between 94% of minimum continuous and 105% of maximum continuous values as per Market Rules, Appendix 4.1. Although the SIA has found that a Special Protection Scheme (SPS) is not required for GREP project, provisions must be made in the design of the protections and controls at the facility to allow for the installation of Special Protection Scheme equipment. Should a future SPS be installed to improve the transfer capability in the area or to accommodate transmission reinforcement projects, GREP will be required to participate in the SPS system and to install the necessary protection and control facilities to affect the required actions. Protection systems within the generation facility must only trip appropriate equipment required to isolate the fault. After the facility begins commercial operation, if an improper trip of the 230 kV circuit N5M occurs due to events within the facility, the facility may be required to be disconnected from the IESO-controlled grid until the problem is resolved. The autoreclosure of the new 230kV breakers at GREP main transformers must be blocked. Upon its opening for a contingency, it must be closed only after the IESO approval is granted. The IESO will require reduction of power generation prior to the closure of breaker, followed by gradual increase of power to avoid a power surge. The generator must operate in voltage control mode. The generation facility shall regulate automatically voltage at a point whose impedance (based on rated apparent power and rated voltage) is not more than 13% from the highest voltage terminal based within 0.5% of any set point within 5% of rated voltage. If the AVR target voltage is a function of reactive output, the slope V /Qmax shall be adjustable to 0.5%. A disturbance monitoring device must be installed. The applicant is required to provide disturbance data to the IESO upon request. Mathematical models and data, including any controls that would be operational, must be provided to the IESO through the IESO Facility Registration/Market Entry process at least seven months before energization from the IESO-controlled grid. That includes both PSS/E and DSA software compatible mathematical models representing the new equipment for further IESO, NPCC and NERC analytical studies. The connection applicant may need to contact the software manufacturers directly, in order to have the models included in their packages. If the data or assumptions supplied for the registration of the facilities materially differ from those that were used for the assessment, then some of the analysis might need to be repeated. During the commissioning period, a set of IESO specified tests must be performed. The commissioning report must be submitted to the IESO within 30 days of the conclusion of commissioning. Field test results should be verifiable using the PSS/E models used for this SIA.

affect the required actions.
6.4 Reactive Power Compensation
Market Rules (MR) require that generators inject or withdraw reactive power continuously (i.e. dynamically) at a connection point up to 33% of its rated active power at all levels of active power output except where a lesser continually available capability is permitted by the IESO. A generating unit with a power factor range of 0.90 lagging and 0.95 leading at rated active power connected via a main output transformer with an impedance not greater than 13% based on generator rated apparent power provides the required range of dynamic power at the connection point. Typically, the impedance between the WTG and the connection point is larger than 13%. However, provided the WTG has the capability to provide a reactive power range of 0.90 lagging power factor and 0.95 leading power factor at rated active power, the IESO accepts the WF to compensate for the full reactive power requirement range at the connection point with switchable shunt admittances (e.g. capacitors and reactors). Where the WTG technology has no capability to supply the full dynamic reactive power range at its terminal, the shortfall has to be compensated with dynamic reactive power devices (e.g. SVC). This section of the SIA indicates how the WF can meet the MR requirements regarding reactive power capability, but the connection applicant is free to deploy any other solutions which result in compliance with the MR. It is the connection applicants responsibility to ensure that the WF has the capability to meet the MR requirement at the connection point and be able to confirm this capability during the commission tests.
6.4.1 Dynamic Reactive Power Compensation
The following summarizes the IESO required level of dynamic reactive power and the available capability of SWT-2.3 from Siemens document Reactive Power Capability (Document PG-R3-30-0000-0113-05). Active Power IESO Required SWT-2.3 Capability 1.0 pu 1.0 pu Reactive Power Capability/Turbine Qgen = 2.22 tan[cos-1(0.9)] = 1.08 Mvar Qabs = 2.22 tan[cos-1(0.95)] = 0.72 Mvar Qgen = 2.3 tan[cos-1(0.9)] = 1.11 Mvar Qabs = 2.3 tan[cos-1(0.9)] = 1.11 Mvar
The SWT-2.3 generators can deliver the IESO required dynamic reactive power to the generator terminal at rated power and at rated voltage. Thus, the IESO has determined that there is no need to install any additional dynamic reactive power compensation device. The following table summarizes the IESOs adequate level of reactive power from each generator and the available capability of SMA 500HE-US wind turbine generators, at rated terminal voltage and rated power.

Element N580M N581M M585M V586M M572T M573T M570V M571V N1M N2M N5M N6M Q23BM Q25BM M27B M28B T36B T37B T38B T39B R14T R17T R19TH R21TH
Monitored Element From NANTICOKE_TS500 NANTICOKE_TS500 MIDDLEPT8185500 MIDDLEPT8185500 MILTON_SS 500 MILTON_SS 500 MILTON_SS 500 MILTON_SS 500 NANTICOKE_TS220 NANTICOKE_TS220 NANTICOKE_TS220 NANTICOKE_TS220 MIDDLEPT_DK2220 MIDDLEPT_DK2220 MIDDLEPT_DK1220 MIDDLEPT_DK1220 BURLINGTON 220 BURLINGTON 220 BURLINGTON 220 BURLINGTON 220 TRAFALGAR_TS220 TRAFALGAR_TS220 TRAFALGAR_TS220 TRAFALGAR_TS220 To MIDDLEPT 500 MIDDLEPT 500 MILTON_SS 500 CLAIREVILLE 500 TRAFALG_M 500 TRAFALG_M 500 CLAIREVILLE 500 CLAIREVILLE 500 MIDDLEPT_DKMIDDLEPT_DKMIDDLEPT_DKMIDDLEPT_DKBURLINGTON 220 BURLINGTON 220 BURLINGTON 220 BURLINGTON 220 TRAFALGAR_TS 220 TRAFALGAR_TS 220 TRAFALGAR_TS 220 TRAFALGAR_TS 220 RICHVIEW_AHRICHVIEW_AHRICHVIEW_AHRICHVIEW_AH2 220
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C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15 C86
C17 C18 C19 C20 C21 C22 C23 C0
As shown, all post-contingency flows were found to be within the Long Term Emergency ratings. However, it should be noted that circuits Q23BM/Q25BM, R14T/R17T and R19TH/R21TH would be approaching LTE ratings when their companion circuit is out of service. Appendix B shows the diagrams for thermal study simulations. It should be noted that the concerns on the pre-contingency and post-contingency flow existed before GREPs connection to the IESO-Controlled grid. GREP will make the situation slightly worse but the flows are still below ratings.

Voltage Analysis

The assessment of the voltage performance in the Nanticoke area was done in accordance with the IESOs Ontario Resource and Transmission Assessment Criteria. The criteria states that with all facilities in
service pre-contingency, 230 kV, 115 kV, 44-13.8kV system voltage declines following a contingency shall be limited to 10% before and after transformer tap changer action, and absolute maximums and minimums of 250-207kV, 127-108kV and 112%-88% of nominal, respectively. The 44-13.8kV system voltages are further limited to 5% voltage decline after tap changer action. The voltage decline studies were performed with the GREP facility connected to the circuit N5M. A constant MVA load model was used in both immediate post-contingency state and in post-ULTC state. Generally GREP will help system voltage performance. The worst case due to the addition of GREP is loss of GREP with full output and one unit at Nanticoke GS is out of service. The study results for this case are summarized in the following table. Pre-Cont Voltage (kV) 246.5 246.9 246.7 248.0 246.6 245.0 Loss of GREP Pre-ULTC Post-ULTC kV % kV % 245.4 -0.4 245.3 -0.5 245.9 -0.4 245.8 -0.4 245.7 -0.4 245.6 -0.4 245.7 -0.4 245.6 -0.4 244.2 -0.3 244.0 -0.4
Monitored Busses Nanticoke 230 Summerhaven 230 Port Dover 230 GREP 230 Middleport 230 Burlington 230
The study results indicate that both declines of pre-ULTC and post-ULTC values are within the IESOs criteria of 10%. In conclusion, addition of the GREP project does not result in material adverse impact on the voltage performance of the IESO-controlled grid.

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Appendix D Protection Impact Assessment
Hydro One Networks Inc. 483 Bay Street Toronto, Ontario M5G 2P5
Protection Impact Assessment Samsung Grand Renewable Energy Park 140 MW Wind + 100 MW Solar Project
Date: Mar 08, 2011 P&C Planning Group Project # PCT-116-PIA
Prepared by: Hydro One Networks Inc.
COPYRIGHT HYDRO ONE NETWORKS INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Disclaimer This Protection Impact Assessment has been prepared solely for the IESO for the purpose of assisting the IESO in preparing the System Impact Assessment for the proposed connection of the proposed generation facility to the IESOcontrolled grid. This report has not been prepared for any other purpose and should not be used or relied upon by any person, including the connection applicant, for any other purpose. This Protection Impact Assessment was prepared based on information provided to the IESO and Hydro One by the connection applicant in the application to request a connection assessment at the time the assessment was carried out. It is intended to highlight significant impacts, if any, to affected transmission protections early in the project development process. The results of this Protection Impact Assessment are also subject to change to accommodate the requirements of the IESO and other regulatory or legal requirements. In addition, further issues or concerns may be identified by Hydro One during the detailed design phase that may require changes to equipment characteristics and/or configuration to ensure compliance with the Transmission System Code legal requirements, and any applicable reliability standards, or to accommodate any changes to the IESO-controlled grid that may have occurred in the meantime. Hydro One shall not be liable to any third party, including the connection applicant, which uses the results of the Protection Impact Assessment under any circumstances, whether any of the said liability, loss or damages arises in contract, tort or otherwise.

DESCRifiTIOl~ OF: POT;ENTIAt>ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS..3.1
PROJECT REILATED SETBACKS...3.1

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Project Description Report Contents... 1.1 Key Provincial Permits and Authorizations.. 1.3 Key Municipal Permits and Authorizations.. 1.3 Key Federal Permits and Authorizations... 1.4 Project Schedule Overview... 2.2 Key Project Activities....2.3
GRAND RENEWABLE ENERGY PARK- DRAFT PROJECT DESCRIPTION REPORTVERSION 2

List of Appendic:es

Appendix A Project Location and Study Area Appendix B Turbine Specifications Appendix C Environmental Features ScreeninQ,Cbecklisr.
GRAND RENEWABLE ENERGY PARK DRAFT PROJECT DESCRIPTION REPORTVERSION 2

Overview

This document provides a preliminary description of the proposed Grand Renewable Energy Park (the Project). This Project Description Report has been written in accordance with Ontario Regulation 359/09 (Hanewable Energy Approvals under Part V.0.1 of the Act) under the Environmental Protection Act. The information provided herein, and its location within the document is as follows:
Table 1.1 Content Project Description Report Contents
Location within Project Description Report
1. Any energy sources to be used to generate electricity at Section 2. the renewable energy generation facility. 2. The facilities, equipment Clr technology that will be used Section 2.2 \ to convert the renewable energy source or any other energy, . ,: source to electricity. \ \\ 3. If applicable, the class of the renewable energy \. Section2.3.,, \ --,., generation facility. \ /'''~'""" '.\ 4. The activities that will be Em gaged ip~ aspart of the,, \ Se~tiq!l/2.4 renewable energy project.~. . :> '$ection 2:5 5. The name plate capacity of the renewabt~ energy ". generation facility. 6. The ownershiP.pffhe land on whi9hth.e projeQt loQation ' section 2.6 \.,, is to be situated" \ 7. Any negative environln,ental eeyects that may result from'/ Section 3.0 and Appendix C engaging in the project. '. \. \ \.: 8. An unbound, well marked,'l(lgibl~ and r~prodlici61e map Appendix A that is an appropriate size to fit bn 215 l(iillimetre by 280 millimetre page, showing th!3 project l9cation and the land within 300 metres of the projHct location.

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EB-2011-0063 Filed: 2011-02-28 Exhibit B Tab 8 Schedule 3 Pages:

CONSULTATION REPORT

EB-2011-0063 Updated: 2011-04-13 Exhibit B Tab 8 Schedule 4 Pages: 36
ABORIGINAL ENGAGEMENT- INTERIM SUMMARY
GrandRenewableEnergyPark InterimAboriginalCommunityEngagementSummaryTable
ThisInterimSummaryisintendedtoprovideinformationregardingpreliminaryAboriginalEngagementactivitiesduringtheREAprocessforthe GrandRenewableEnergyProject(theProject).AttheconclusionoftheREAprocess,aConsultationReportwillbepreparedaccordingtothe requirementsofO.Reg.359/09andsubmittedaspartoftheREAapplicationtotheMinistryoftheEnvironment.TheConsultationReportwill detailthemethodsandresultsofallREArelatedconsultationactivitiesfortheProject. TheApplicant,eitherindependentoforviaitsconsultantStantec,hasengagedwiththefollowingcommunitiesandintendstocontinue engagingthesecommunitiesthroughouttheProjectsREAprocess,permittingandconstructionphases: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. SixNationsoftheGrandRiverElectedCouncil SixNationsoftheGrandRiverHaudenosauneeConfederacyCouncil MississaugasoftheNewCreditFirstNation MtisNationofOntario OneidaNationoftheThames WahtaMohawks MohawksoftheBayofQuinte MohawksofAkwesasne
ThefirstfourcommunitieswereidentifiedashavingpotentialinterestintheProjectattheoutsetoftheREAprocessinspring2010,andhave thereforebeenengagedsincetheonsetoftheearlystagesofProjectdevelopment.InFall2010,theMinistryoftheEnvironmentprovidedthe ApplicantwiththeAboriginalCommunitiesListasrequiredbyO.Reg.359/09.TheAboriginalCommunitiesListidentifiedanadditionalfour communitiesthatmustbeconsultedregardingtheProject;thesecommunitieshavebeenengagedintheProjectsinceFall2010. EngagementwiththeAboriginalcommunitieshasincludedtelephoneconversations,letters,andmeetings.Allcommunitieshavebeenprovided, orwillbeprovidedduringtheREAprocess,withkeynotificationandconsultationmaterialregardingtheProject,whichhasincludedtodate: NoticetoEngageinaRenewableEnergyProjectandNoticeofPublicOpenHouse DraftProjectDescriptionReport(2versions)

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Development and site alteratiOn may be possible wUtfn setback area: additional report required. No turbine. solar panel or transformer located wltllln a permaneo: 11r Intermittent stream or within 30 m of Ule average annual tugl! water mark.
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SAMSUNG RENEWABLE ENERGYIN C.
Renewable Energy Approval Process - Required Reports
The following reports will be prepared and submitted as part of the REA application: Project Description Report (a Draft is already posted on the project website) Construction Plan Report Design and Operations Report {includes Environmental Noise Impact Assessment for the wind and substation component of the Project) Natural Heritage Assessment Environmental Impact Study (if necessary) Consultation Report Archaeological and Heritage Report Water Report Noise Study Report (solar component only) Wind Turbine Specifications Report Decommissioning Plan Report
All reports, with the exception of the Consultation Report, will be made available in draft form for public review and comment at least 60 days prior to the Final Public Open House planned for late 2010. Notification of the release of the draft reports will be provided.

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Renewable Energy Approval Process -Additional Technical Studies
Environmental studies are being completed to fully understand the local environment and will be utilized in the development of the Project design. The technical studies will include, but may not be limited to, in-depth analysis of the following features: Wildlife and wildlife habitat including Species at Risk and Significant Wildlife Habitat Bird breeding, wintering and migration Waterbodies and aquatic resources Woodlands, vegetation and other significa nt natural features Wetlands and Areas of Natural and Scientific Interest Archaeological and heritage resources Land use and socio-economic features

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Entrance Permit Transpor1ati0n Plan Addi6onal Plans re1a1ed to general ~ngineenng (e.g. siltation control, lot gradmg plan of service~. etc,), water, wastewater. storm water, transportation, and geotechnical

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SAM SUNG RENEWABLE ENERGY INC.
GRAND RJF.NEWABLE ENERGY PJ.\RK
Project Schedule Overview
Initiate Public REA Process - June 2010 Perform REA Technical Studies - Ongoing through to December 2010 Public Open House # 1 -July 8, 2010 Draft REA Reports to Public - October Public Open House #2- December 2010 REA Approval -April Start of Construction- AprilCommercial Operation Date (COO)- December 2012 to March 2013 Repowering/Decommissioning - 2037 (approximatel y 25 years after COD)

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Community Benefits

During its lifespan, the Project is estimated to create hundreds of direct construction jobs and dozens of permanent operations and maintenance jobs. Tax payments to Haldimand County estimated to be more than $10 million. A sustainable income for participating members of the Project from the local community. No emissions of greenhouse gases or air pollutants from operation of the project. Displaces the need for new projects that generate greenhouse gas emissions. Assist in Ontario's goal to create over 50,000 "green collar" jobs. Provide a new supply of safe, clean and reliable electricity.
Interesting Fact: Solar energy, with 48% annual growth, is the fastest growing energy source. In fact, the demand is growing so fast that there is a world shortage of solar panels.

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Job Creation
Over the five years, the Alternative Energy Cluster project is estimated to generate approximately 16,000 jobs in the local community and throughout Ontario (rougHly half in manufacturing , the other hair in service industries). Samsung C& T will encourage suppliers to locate near the clusters with the aim of surpassing this number. Samsung C&T will continue to encourage and provide opportunities to qualified suppliers to set up facilities in Ontario. Working together with the provincial government, Samsung and its partners will work diligently to bring manufacturing facilities to Ontario, and the establishment of a strong supply chain in Ontario will ensure the successful growth of renewable energy industry. Currently Samsung and its partners are working tirelessly on facilitating the establishment of a blade factory, tower factory, inverter factory, and solar factory.

 

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