Ontario's Environmental Review Panel has given the go-ahead for the Grand Bend Wind Farm, a 40-turbine, $380-million project hugging the Lake Huron Shoreline.
Major construction can now go ahead on the wind farm.
Developer Northland Power had applied the brakes to its plans, putting off major construction until appeals were settled.
The original plans for the facility called for 48 turbines, but that was scaled back to 40.
It will be located in the Huron County municipalities of South Huron and Bluewater over about 2,400 hectares. It will have a total capacity of 100 megawatts.