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  • OSEA: Auditor-General’s Report Raises Important Issues for the Future of Ontario’s Energy System
    the power from these reactors In 2016 Bruce Power will receive a uniform price for all units of 65 73 per MWhr Over time that price will be subject to a series of adjustments that most of us will never be able to understand or even know Juxtapose this uncertainty to Feed in Tariffs FIT The rates paid for renewable energy projects such as wind solar hydro and bio energy are fixed for 20 years Generators will be given no additional adjustments the price is the price very transparent and very predictable FIT rates have decreased with significant reductions for solar PV as technologies and project development costs decrease a trend forecast to continue The only thing we know about the price of nuclear power is that it keeps going up and that in Canada and around the world projects always costs more than estimated If a private FIT project developer goes over his budget there is no bailout from the province What the Green Energy Act and the Feed in Tariff enabled Ontario to do and the Auditor General s report fails to notice is that it jump started an entire industry creating jobs manufacturing and opportunities for communities municipalities farmers and First Nations to develop and benefit from their own energy projects Energy is a complex issue but virtually all other industries are changing with the introduction of new and smarter technologies Rosemarie Leclair chair and CEO of the Ontario Energy Board OEB aptly pointed out in her speech at the APPrO conference that we can already foresee great changes in the way in which energy will be generated and consumed in the future According to her this is similar to what has happened in other industries for example the taxi or television industries with the introduction of

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  • OSEA: Network, Celebrate, Prosper
    Power Community Power Publications Energy Policy Economics Guidebooks and Tools Renewable Energy articles publications Sustainable Energy OSEA Archives Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates OSEA Member News News Updates OSEA Member News Network Celebrate Prosper November 30 Toronto The Ontario Sustainable Energy Association OSEA is excited to announce its 6th annual Powering Prosperity Awards dinner taking place at Fontana Primavera Event Centre in Vaughan on January 28th 2016 at 6 30 PM As Ontario s premier sustainable energy event celebrating excellence innovation and best practices in the sustainable energy sector Powering Prosperity shines the spotlight on our community public and industry leaders and their contributions to a more sustainable energy economy The Powering Prosperity Awards dinner aims to bring together an impressive network of more than 500 sector decision makers including developers builders manufacturers suppliers government representatives and community leaders for an evening of networking celebration and learning For more than fourteen years the OSEA has been championing a prosperous Ontario with a thriving sustainable energy sector good jobs resilient communities and healthy environments powered heated cooled and moved by portfolios of sustainable energy We have been doing this by raising public

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  • OSEA: Sustainable Energy on the Rise
    Energy on the Rise Thousands across 3 Provinces engage to learn more about state of sustainable energy and its potential December 3 The Ontario Sustainable Energy Association OSEA releases a video to wrap up Green Energy Doors Open 2015 along with a r eport summarizing the outcome of the 4th installment of the campaign Green Energy Doors Open 2015 was a tremendous success Throughout the first weekend of October 150 events took place in Ontario 25 in Alberta and one in Quebec More than 5 500 visitors came out across all three provinces Significant collaborative accomplishments in this year s campaign included The creation and release of more than two dozen inspiring stories by OSEA together with its partner Our Power A series of videos telling the stories of sustainable energy development across the province developed with the creative direction of Hobé Hosokawa Inc A partnership with Screaming Power who added Green Energy Doors Open to their Screaming Energy mobile application This has allowed people to access content and events through their smartphones helping OSEA reduce the amount of print material and cut paper waste Green Energy Doors Open is a year round communications campaign that the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association OSEA has been organizing and spearheading since 2011 The campaign seeks to showcase and highlight the initiatives taken by the trailblazers who are leading the way for Ontario on the path to building a 100 clean and sustainable energy system The annual showcase that takes place in the fall allows members of the public to visit projects first hand and to meet the hosts ask questions learn more about sustainability and find out how they too can get involved Media Contact Nicole Risse Interim Executive Director OSEA 416 977 4441 ext 3 OR 416 892 0559 cell Nicole ontario

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  • OSEA: Options Development: The Village at Guildwood
    Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates OSEA Member News News Updates OSEA Member News Options Development The Village at Guildwood The Village at Guildwood s 36 townhouses and 9 story apartment building were completed in 2006 at the corner of Eglinton Avenue East and Kingston Road on the edge of the Guildwood area in Scarborough Suites range in size from 435 sq ft up to

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  • OSEA: Sun Country Highway Expanded EV Charging Network to Kamloops, British Columbia
    Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates OSEA Member News News Updates OSEA Member News Sun Country Highway Expanded EV Charging Network to Kamloops British Columbia Sun Country Highway has expanded its electric vehicle charging network to Kamloops British Columbia As part of the Destination Program and a partnership with Sun Life Financial Services the first public charging stations are installed and available for customers and visitors to the area Colin Noble of Twin Rivers Financial Services qualified for the Sun Country Highway Destination program showcasing his progressive leadership and commitment to a more sustainable Kamloops Now concluded Sun Country Highway s Destination program was put in place to establish a more robust electric vehicle EV charging network that will drive EV adoption and tourism across Canada creating local economic social and environmental sustainability Since 2012 Sun Country Highway has been focused on Bringing Sustainability To Life establishing partnerships with progressive businesses and agencies that embrace disruptive technology and share our commitment to prove the impossible is possible We are excited to invest in a brighter greener future by offering complimentary charging on our newly installed Tesla and Sun Country Highway electric vehicle charging stations to all of our clients

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  • OSEA: Collaboration Between OSEA And Screaming Power Using Mobile Technology To Drive Energy Transistion
    to a more sustainable energy economy has allowed this simple and exciting decision to create more opportunities for sustainable project development through the use of the Screaming Energy Mobile App Throughout our journey to sustainability the construction of our mobile platform helps manage changes in our energy eco system while becoming increasingly powerful and engaging Screaming Power s continuous evolution of the Screaming Energy Mobile App enhances the end users ability to share building energy information across a secure mobility platform On the other hand OSEA seeks to educate the marketplace on a wide range of social benefits tied to the development of a sustainable decentralized and integrated energy system In order to create a more sustainable community OSEA and Screaming Power have come together to help bring connectivity and education to life through technology We wish to create an open platform that is filled with inspiring ideas and helpful information utilizing mobility and taking advantage of social networks further contributing to sustainable change in our world Gary Michor Screaming Power We believe that sustainability refers to meeting our own needs improving the quality of our lives and ensuring that the ecological system sustaining us is healthy and capable of supporting future generations The Screaming Energy Mobile App platform allows users to have access to information that will give them the ability to exchange knowledge and ideas about becoming a more sustainable society Together we aim to create a community of learning advocating and idea sharing on all matters related to sustainability Nicole Risse OSEA We need to work together to further evolve our mobile platform in order to be able to bring property owners managers researchers and green energy providers an endless array of information products events and techniques that cater directly to their needs While this partnership is

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  • OSEA: Inspiring and Engaging: Thousands Attend Green Energy Doors Open 2015
    150 events taking place in Ontario 25 in Alberta and one in Quebec All told we had more than 5 000 visitors Green Energy Doors Open is a year round communications campaign that the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association OSEA has been organizing and spearheading since 2011 The campaign seeks to highlight and recognize the initiatives taken by the trailblazers who are leading the way for Ontario on the path to building a 100 clean and sustainable energy system The annual showcase day in the fall allows members of the public to visit projects first hand and to meet the hosts ask questions learn more about sustainability and find out how they too can get involved Throughout the year OSEA together with its partner Our Power has created and released more than two dozen inspiring stories and info graphics With the creative direction of Hobé Hosokawa Inc a series of videos have been released telling the stories of sustainable energy development across the province We will be continuing these in the coming months so stay tuned Thanks also to Screaming Power who added Green Energy Doors Open to their Screaming Energy mobile application which has allowed people to access content and

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  • OSEA: Gunn’s Hill Wind Farm – REA Appeal Dismissed and Construction underway
    forward in its construction schedule and has been eagerly anticipated by OCEC s investors The OCEC is developing the 18 MW ten turbine wind farm in Oxford County jointly with Prowind Canada Inc and the Six Nations of the Grand River under the Gunn s Hill Limited Partnership The Gunn s Hill Wind Farm is the largest community owned renewable energy project to gain Renewable Energy Approval in Ontario OCEC has developed a very strong investor community in Oxford County says Helmut Schneider President of OCEC We are enthusiastic that our members have put their trust in the ability of the Oxford Community Energy Co op to manage their investment in this important project We are confident that we are offering a long term sustainable project for our community Investment opportunities in community owned projects that have significant environmental and economic benefits are rare and are sought after by investors OCEC has secured 49 ownership of the project for its investors and is looking forward to work with the community throughout the construction period of the 18 MW 10 Turbine Wind project Construction started this month and is anticipated to be completed in the summer of 2016 The project is expected to create over 200 jobs during the construction phase and source significant amounts of construction material from local suppliers About OCEC Oxford Community Energy Co operative Inc is a renewable energy co op based in Oxford County with its office in Woodstock Ontario The OCEC was specifically developed to invite the local community to own up to 49 of the Gunn s Hill Wind Farm project and to continue to develop other renewable energy projects in Oxford County in the future The OCEC presently has 185 members many of them are residence of Oxford County The Co op has

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