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Ribbon Cutting Celebrations – The Fairmont Wind Farm

The Wind4All family

The Wind4All family is a collection of four companies with one simple aspiration – to provide communities across Nova Scotia with the opportunity to invest in wind energy…. to invest locally in Nova Scotia’s renewable energy resource. We’ve been doing this for a number of years, and in a number of ways. If you’re interested to learn more, then we invite you to read on.


Enercon E-82 Wind Turbine – The Fairmont Wind Farm

Wind4All Inc.

Wind4All Inc., our first CEDIF was established in early 2012. 155 Nova Scotians invested over $2.3 million, and the net proceeds of this fund were used to invest in the Fairmont Wind Farm. When the CEDIF closed, it was the most successful raise in the history of the CEDIF program.

The Fairmont Wind Farm is comprised of two Enercon E82 2.3 MW wind turbines, and is located near Antigonish. Since December of 2012, these two wind turbines have been providing electricity to almost 1,500 Nova Scotian families, and they will do so for 20 years. On a per capita basis, each of our investors can be proud that they offset approx 70 tonnes of CO2, per year.

Wind4All Inc Pays 1st Dividend

Wind4All Inc Pays 2nd Dividend


Meteorological Mast – The Gaetz Brook Community Wind Farm

Start of Construction – The Hillside-Boularderie Community Wind Farm

Wind4All Communities Inc.

Wind4All Communities Inc. is the second in the Wind4All family. It was established in early 2013, having raised $5.5 million in its first CEDIF Offering. True to the model embraced by Wind4All Inc., in September of 2013, the net proceeds of this fund were used to invest in two wind energy projects; the Gaetz Brook Community Wind Farm (located in the HRM), and the Hillside – Boularderie Community Wind Farm (located on Cape Breton Island).

Construction for both of these wind farms is now complete and to date approximately $7 million has been spent locally on goods and services. These two projects represent 6.35 MW of renewable energy generation in Nova Scotia. The wind farms were developed under Nova Scotia’s COMFIT program, and through a power purchase agreement with Nova Scotia Power, 100% of the power produced will be used locally, by the surrounding communities for the next 20 years.

CEDIF Raise Launches

CEDIF Sells Out


Computer generated image of one of the turbines, sited at the Aulds Mountain Community Wind Farm location

Wind4All Communities II Inc.

The Wind4All Communities II Inc. CEDIF offering successfully closed on March 3, 2014, having raised their maximum of $3,000,000. This third Wind4All company has since invested the net proceeds of this fund in the Aulds Mountain Community Wind Farm a two-turbine 4.6 MW wind energy project, located near the community of Piedmont in the Municipality of Pictou County. Construction is now complete, and the wind farm has been fully operational since May 1, 2015.

CEDIF Raise Launches

CEDIF Sells Out

Wind4All Communities IV Inc.

The Wind4All Communities IV Inc. CEDIF offering successfully closed on February 27, 2015, having raised their maximum of $3,000,000 from over 250 Nova Scotian investors. This fourth Wind4All has since invested its net proceeds of the fund into the Barrachois Community Wind Farm; a two-turbine 4 MW wind energy project, located in Cape Breton. Construction is already well under way, with the first electricity generation expected during the spring/summer of 2015.

CEDIF Raise Launches

CEDIF Sells Out


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From construction to operation!

Wind4All Communities III Inc.

Wind4All Communities III Inc. is the fifth CEDIF in the Wind4All family of companies. It was established in early 2016, having raised $3 million in its first CEDIF Offering. True to the model embraced by the Wind4All family, the net proceeds of the fund were used to invest in two wind energy projects; the Amherst Community Wind Farm (located in Cumberland County), and the Pictou Landing Wind Farm (located in Pictou County).

Both of these wind farms are now fully operational, and combined, represent 7.6 MW of renewable energy generation capacity in Nova Scotia. The wind farms were developed under Nova Scotia’s COMFIT program, and through a power purchase agreement with Nova Scotia Power, 100% of the power produced will be used locally, by the surrounding communities for the next 20 years.

CEDIF Raise Launches

CEDIF Sells Out