Raglan Mine co-generation project

Raglan Mine co-generation project Daniel Roch-Lefebvre 2018-10-29T13:46:56+00:00

Project Description

In order to reduce its heating fuel consumption as well as its environmental footprint, Xstrata Nickel set out to install a wind-diesel co-generation system at the site of Raglan Mine. As part of the feasibility analysis, Activa Environnement was mandated to identify all environmental, regulatory and social constraints to be taken into account before installing the wind turbine.

Client
Raglan Mine (part of the Glencore Group, formerly Xstrata Nickel)

Location
Nunavik, Quebec

Service
Environmental constraints analysis

Highlights

  • Wind turbine installed near 62nd parallel
  • Co-generation system with storage
  • Greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions of 2,000 t/year