United States, Canada-Based Green Business Interests Intersect

by Green Jobs Ready on September 26, 2011

According to recent coverage by journalist Craig Pearson in The Windsor Star, a Canadian green energy company—more specifically, a recently developed CS Wind plant located in Windsor, Ontario—is gaining a foothold in Ontario by a commitment from a wind energy company looking to expand its own presence into the region.

Pearson writes that a recent Pattern Energy Group press release stated that the development of the facilities by the company would create hundreds of new green jobs in the area. These jobs will constitute some of the 900 green jobs created in the area of manufacturing following a deal Samsung made in Ontario with a total value of $7 billion.

Individuals such as Patrick Persichilli, who serves CS Wind Canada as a director, have expressed positive sentiments over Pattern Energy Group’s involvement with the Ontario green economy and with his company in particular.

Despite this, individuals such as Patrick Persichilli, who serves CS Wind Canada as a director, have expressed positive sentiments over Pattern Energy Group’s involvement with the Ontario economy and with his company in particular.

“The Pattern Energy announcement is great. It’s what we’ve been waiting for because it means our orders are going to be coming through the pipeline soon,” he is quoted as saying. “They’re moving forward on the process. As everyone continues to solidify their agreements we get closer to manufacturing the towers and getting them out the door. So that’s good news.”

For more information about the developments pertaining to the two wind energy companies and the green jobs they are producing, please visit: http://www.windsorstar.com/technology/firm+commits+Wind+contracts/5461304/story.html

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