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The TransAlta Energy Park (owned and operated by TransAlta) and the Bio-Industrial Park Sarnia (owned and operated by LANXESS) both provide unique sites for industries with large electrical and steam requirements, and can offer "behind the fence" pricing for companies locating within either of these parks.
Enbridge Inc./First Solar, Sarnia - World's largest PV solar farm Solar energy – 80 MW
NextEra Energy Inc., St. Clair-Moore and St. Clair-Sombra Solar energy – 20 MW and 20 MW
Bluewater Power, Sarnia
Rooftop solar testing facility
Rooftop solar projects for major commercial rooftops announced
Canada’s Bioindustrial Innovation Centre Commercialization centre for large-scale industrial biotechnology and alternative energy
Suncor Energy St. Clair Ethanol Plant, St. Clair Annual ethanol production of 400 million litres
Largest ethanol plant in Canada
Sky Generation, Lambton Shores Wind energy - 16.5 MW
TransAlta Energy Corporation, Sarnia Power and steam for industry
Largest natural gas co-generation plant in Canada
Greenfield Energy, St. Clair
Combined-cycle natural gas power generation – 1005 MW
Invenergy Investment Company, St. Clair
Combined-cycle natural gas power generation – 570 MW
Air Products' hydrogen plant,located in Sarnia-Lambton, is producing over 80 million standard cubic feet per day of hydrogen. Nova Chemicals and Air Products produce hydrogen gas that feeds into a local 30+ kilometer hydrogen pipeline network that includes a Praxair liquid hydrogen conversion facility.
Praxair Canada Inc. produces hydrogen and nitrogen in Sarnia-Lambton.
Hydrogen is transported within Sarnia-Lambton via a 30+ km. hydrogen pipeline network.
Sarnia-Lambton's chemical and refining infrastructure helps make our area an excellent location for the manufacture of components for the solar and wind industries.