Power company vows to comply with Ilocos Norte ordinance

After failing to construct a landing ramp in the coastal village of Bayog, this town, the Northwind Power Development Corp., now on the third phase of constructing six additional wind turbines along the Bangui Bay, a wind power farm is set to post a bond to comply with Ilocos Norte’s newly-approved ordinance mandating all business investors to submit a detailed list of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects prior to endorsement.

EIA Case Study of Wind Power Plant in Korea

Wind power plant as a renewable energy is getting popular, so there is social conflict on the site selection of wind power plant. As over 70% of Korea is composed of mountainous landscape, many wind power plants are proposed to be built on mountain ridge and are expected to cause serious environmental problems. The operating wind power plant and the proposed EIA cases of wind power plant show the examples of the expected environmental problems and social conflicts.