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Developing Renewable Energy

Chinook Power Corp. was formed to develop, operate and deliver cost-effective, reliable, green electricity to commercial markets.

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Chinook Power Corp.

Founded in December 2004, Chinook is a privately-owned, Canadian developer of renewable energy with a focus on wind energy sites in British Columbia.

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The Chinook Advantage

Chinook is highly experienced and successful prospector / developer of wind energy sites in complex terrain.

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Clean Energy

Chinook is a member of the CEBC and members of the Chinook Team are actively involved at the Advisory level of the CEBC

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Partnerships

Achieving success is difficult without the collaboration of subject matter experts, skill sets and experience.  Chinook’s success can be directly attributed to its in-house expertise, experience as well as…

Assets

With a specific focus on BC, Chinook’s project sites are located in the Peace, Skeena, Cariboo/Chilcotin and Okanagan regions of BC.  Developing these sites employs a five-stage process.

Skills

Chinook’s in-house skills include meteorological meso-scale modelling, wind resource modelling, data QA/QC and constraints analysis.  Chinook has installed over 25 meteorological towers and…

Developing Renewable Energy

Chinook Power Corp. was formed to develop, operate and deliver cost-effective, reliable, green electricity to commercial markets.  This mission embraces a vision of industry operating in harmony with the natural environment.

Chinook is focused on harnessing energy from wind and converting it to electricity for use by rural and urban communities as well as industry.  The Company has secured investigative licenses on high quality wind energy sites and is proceeding with feasibility work to confirm wind resource and energy production.

 

These sites have the potential to meet Chinook’s long term goal of developing and managing 200MW of wind energy and return exceptional value to stakeholders.

Chinook Explained

The term chinook is derived from an aboriginal word meaning “snow eater”.  A chinook refers to a warm dry wind on the leeward side of a mountain.  As this air descends it is compressed and adiabatically heated.  The warm, dry wind moves down-slope quite rapidly, and during the spring causes substantial melting of mountain snow packs.

Harnessing Natural Energy

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Chinook Power Corp.
4388 Prospect Road
North Vancouver, BC
Canada  V7N 3L7

Tel: 604.924.4494

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