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Elmvale Gateway Project Receives Donation
Elmvale Gateway Project Receives Donation
Posted on 01/02/2014

Recurrent Energy has donated $20,000 to support the Elmvale Gateway Project in the Township of Springwater.

Located in Elmvale’s commercial district, The Elmvale Gateway Project will create a beautiful open space and provide an additional 18 parking spots for the busy downtown area. The space will be ideally located at the corner of Queen Street and Young Street and will include a gazebo, benches and landscaped gardens for people to stop and enjoy as they visit the local businesses in Elmvale.

Recurrent Energy is a leading solar project developer marketing clean power to utilities and large energy users. The company meets rising energy demands through its portfolio of clean power plants located throughout North America and currently operates two plants in Springwater.

“The Elmvale Gateway Project is the first of many undertakings to revitalize and renew Elmvale’s downtown,” said Springwater’s Mayor Linda Collins. “Recurrent Energy’s generous donation will assist us in providing a breath of fresh air for the entrance to this commercial district.”

“We are pleased to partner with the Township of Springwater on this great project,” said Bob Leah, Vice President, East Region Development, Recurrent Energy. “Investing in the communities we work in is an important part of the Recurrent Energy philosophy, assisting in the creation of communities where you want to live, work and play is what Recurrent Energy is all about.”

If you are interested in donating to the Elmvale Gateway Project please contact the Finance Department at 705-728-4784 Ext. 2018.

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