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EDF EN Canada Signs Protocol Agreement with West Moberly First Nations

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EDF EN Canada Inc., a subsidiary of EDF Energies Nouvelles, and West Moberly First Nations (WMFN) are pleased to announce they have jointly signed a Protocol Agreement regarding the development of three wind energy projects representing over 500 megawatts of clean renewable power in the Peace River Region of British Columbia.

The three projects are the Sundance Wind Project, Taylor Wind Project and Wartenbe Wind Project. The Taylor and Sundance projects are undergoing a BC Environmental Assessment. In the event environmental certification is received for Sundance and Taylor, and subject to receiving power off-take agreements from BC Hydro, the projects could deliver power as early as 2016. The Wartenbe project received its BC Environmental Certificate in 2006.

EDF EN Canada recognizes the importance of meaningful engagement and consultation with First Nations early in project development and maintenance of a constructive relationship throughout the lifecycle of the project.

“We are extremely pleased to have entered into this Protocol Agreement with West Moberly First Nations,” commented Cory Basil, Vice President of Development at EDF EN Canada. “The agreement formalizes our relationship and reflects a mutual commitment between the parties to work together respectfully and collaboratively to ensure development of the proposed lands takes into consideration West Moberly First Nations interests. It further illustrates our best intentions and efforts to bring economic benefits and opportunities to West Moberly First Nations and the Peace River Region.”

West Moberly First Nations Chief Roland Willson said, “We look forward to continuing our positive relationship with EDF EN Canada regarding the development of these projects within our traditional territory in a manner respectful of the environment and our rights under Treaty 8.”

EDF EN Canada is a leader in renewable energy project development with a portfolio of more than 1,300 MW of wind energy facilities in operation and under construction across Canada.

About EDF EN Canada Inc.:

EDF EN Canada, an EDF Energies Nouvelles Company, is a market leader in renewable energy development, with an integrated approach that covers  every aspect of project origination and implementation through to electricity generation, operations and maintenance. The company offers financial strength, technical innovation and an unmatched commitment to customer service. EDF EN Canada draws on the market leadership of EDF Renewable Energy, EDF EN’s American affiliate. EDF Energies Nouvelles is a subsidiary of the EDF group. www.edf-energies-nouvelles.comwww.edf-en.ca

About West Moberly First Nations:

West Moberly First Nations (WMFN) is located at Moberly Lake, approximately 90km southwest of Fort St. John, and is a member of Treaty 8. For more information, please contact Chief Roland Willson at 250-788-1065, www.westmo.org.

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