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Bluewater Energy Park delivers sustainable cost effective energy together with easy access to the North American Free Trade Association (NAFTA) market shared by Canada, the United States and Mexico. NAFTA allows Ontario products to enter the U.S. and Mexico duty-free when 62.5% of their content is manufactured here. The current total value of cross-border trade between the three countries is more than $1.2 trillion U.S. Ontario-based companies can also bid on the procurement contracts of the U.S. and Mexican governments and state-owned corporations. Ontario also has solid business connections with Europe and Asia.
Bluewater Energy Park is ideally located to combine the economic advantages of Canadian labor, tax, raw materials and production costs with fast, efficient access to the largest markets in North America. The Park is located just a few minutes from the International Bluewater Bridge that connects the 400 series highways in Ontario with the Interstate Highway system in the United States and major highways in Mexico. By rail, the Park is served by both CN and CSX railways connecting to the United States though the St. Clair Rail tunnel. The Bluewater Energy Park marine dock is on the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway system allowing for both cross-border lake and trans-ocean shipments.