The Bluewater Energy Park is a fully serviced 108.5 hectare (268 acre) site located on the bank of the St. Clair River in Sarnia, Canada. At present, the Park has 68.8 hectares (170 acres) available for the development of new manufacturing and is able to provide steam and electrical power from TransAlta's Sarnia Regional Cogeneration Plant at favourable prices.
Bluewater Energy Park is owned by TransAlta, Canada's largest publicly traded generator and marketer of electricity and renewable power. TransAlta's Sarnia Regional Cogeneration Plant is the largest Cogeneration plant in Canada and is located on the southern perimeter of the Park.
The western Park boundary is the St. Clair River with a deep water dock facility that provides access to ships on the Great Lakes system and international oceanic cargo through the St. Lawrence Seaway.
The Park is also connected to North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) zone through an international rail and highway system, providing access to a market worth almost $13 trillion.