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  • OSEA: FINANCING FOR EVERYONE! Municipalities Can Help Locals Save and Make Money Through Local Improvement Charges
    expert panel to learn about real life examples work underway by Ontario municipalities to enact bylaws using the new LIC regulations and tools you can share with your municipality to help them kick start their efforts Municipalities that are interested and studying the concept so far Brant County East Gwillimbury City of Guelph City of Mississauga City of Ottawa Region of Durham City of Toronto Panelists include Julian Boyle Energy Manager Halifax Regional Municipality bio Mary Pickering Associate Director Toronto Atmospheric Fund Peter Black Renewable Energy Consultant Brant Renewable Energy Nicholas Wright Barrister Soliciter Moderated by Kristopher Stevens Executive Director Ontario Sustainable Energy Association Brought to you by OSEA Members participate for free as usual and Friends get a 15 discount Contact the OSEA office to obtain the code or email info ontario sea org Student rate also available contact info ontario sea org Speaker Biography Julian Boyle obtained a Science degree from Saint Mary s University in 1992 and is also 1994 graduate of mechanical engineering from the Technical University of Nova Scotia He has spent the past 20 years in the building industry focused on energy issues After a decade in the private sector with several large international energy services contractors Julian has worked the past 10 years within the Halifax Regional Municipality as the city s Energy Manager In that capacity he is responsible for incubating new ideas securing funding and overseeing the execution of projects Julian has led exceptional cross departmental teams on several ground breaking initiatives including the city s Alderney 5 project a world s first geothermal cold energy storage system over 15M in energy efficiency projects that are demonstrating a ROI of over 18 5 a green power procurement exercise to buy 40 of the city s electricity from wind generation implemented the

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  • OSEA: OSEA's Roadmap to 2020 Webinar Series: Centralized vs. Decentralized Energy: Lessons from Germany
    generation and that renewables and energy efficiency aren t enough Therefore opponents argue nuclear and coal plants must be kept online Is the German sustainable energy experiment failing Is a similar transition possible in Ontario Is it even desirable One thing is for certain the energy sector is changing dramatically Around the world electrical generation transmission and distribution infrastructure is being replaced upgraded and expanded In Germany as well as in Ontario the need to replace aging infrastructure as well as to build out the electricity system to accommodate new and more distributed forms of energy generation is prevalent This transformation presents significant economic social and ecological opportunities but also carries with it inherent challenges Germans and Ontarians both want a cleaner energy system They also want reasonable bills reliability the opportunity to participate as generators and conservers good jobs and local benefit from projects in their backyards Join our panel of German and Canadian experts as we examine what is actually happening in Germany and how the lessons learned can inform the choices the people of Ontario and their leaders face as we rebuild and transform our energy infrastructure and power generation The Ontario Sustainable Energy Association in partnership with the Transatlantic Climate Bridge and the German Consulate in Toronto is proud to present this timely and important conversation Panelists Ania Kohinski Sustainability Consultant at Canadian Union of Skilled Workers Travis Lusney Senior Consultant at Power Advisory LLC Arne Jungjohan Director for the Environment and Global Dialogue Program at the Heinrich Boell Foundation Thomas Timmins Partner at Gowlings Lafleur Henderson LLP Jack Gibbons Chair at Ontario Clean Air Alliance Panelists will address important questions such as Are there different types of centralized and decentralized energy systems Why do we need to invest in our grid new generation and energy

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  • OSEA: Powering Prosperity 2012
    and will feature Michael H Shuman bio economist attorney author and entrepreneur presenting Sustainable Investing for Sustainable Energy The New Local Capital Revolution Powering Prosperity will focus on the relationship between sustainable energy and economic development The event will be held at La Primavera Banquet and Convention Centre at 77 Woodstream Ave Hwy 7 and Martin Grove in Vaughan and will consist of Prosecco Bar Antipasto Stations Full Service Dinner Italian Style Dessert Stations Wine and Open Bar Presentations Guest Speaker Michael H Shuman and lots of Networking The Ontario Sustainable Energy Association OSEA is a respected advocate facilitator and business catalyst OSEA brings together commercial and community sustainable energy sectors their supporters and the public together to address emerging trends and the development of healthy prosperous and ecologically sustainable communities across Ontario Please reserve your table by ordering tickets below or by contacting Ana at OSEA 416 977 4441 x 1 or ana ontario sea org The price of a table of 10 is 1500 or 160 per ticket Limited sponsorship opportunities are available and we urge you to seize the opportunity by purchasing one below For more information contact Nicole Risse at 416 977 4441 ext 3 or nicole ontario sea org We look forward to seeing you at Powering Prosperity on Thursday October 11 2012 Sponsored by Presenting sponsor Corporate Sponsor Bruce Peninsula Green Energy Consortium Supporting Sponsor Speaker Biography Michael H Shuman is an economist attorney author and entrepreneur and a Fellow at the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies BALLE Cutting Edge Capital and Post Carbon Institute He has authored coauthored or edited eight books His most recent book just published by Chelsea Green is Local Dollars Local Sense How to Move Your Money from Wall Street to Main Street and Achieve Real Prosperity His

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  • OSEA: Powering Prosperity 2012
    feature Michael H Shuman bio economist attorney author and entrepreneur presenting Sustainable Investing for Sustainable Energy The New Local Capital Revolution Powering Prosperity will focus on the relationship between sustainable energy and economic development The event will be held at La Primavera Banquet and Convention Centre at 77 Woodstream Ave Hwy 7 and Martin Grove in Vaughan and will consist of Prosecco Bar Antipasto Stations Full Service Dinner Italian Style Dessert Stations Wine and Open Bar Presentations Guest Speaker Michael H Shuman and lots of Networking The Ontario Sustainable Energy Association OSEA is a respected advocate facilitator and business catalyst OSEA brings together commercial and community sustainable energy sectors their supporters and the public together to address emerging trends and the development of healthy prosperous and ecologically sustainable communities across Ontario Please reserve your table by ordering tickets below or by contacting Ana at OSEA 416 977 4441 x 1 or ana ontario sea org The price of a table of 10 is 1500 or 160 per ticket Limited sponsorship opportunities are available and we urge you to seize the opportunity by purchasing one below For more information contact Nicole Risse at 416 977 4441 ext 3 or nicole ontario sea org We look forward to seeing you at Powering Prosperity on Thursday October 11 2012 Sponsored by Presenting sponsor Corporate Sponsor Bruce Peninsula Green Energy Consortium Supporting Sponsor Speaker Biography Michael H Shuman is an economist attorney author and entrepreneur and a Fellow at the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies BALLE Cutting Edge Capital and Post Carbon Institute He has authored coauthored or edited eight books His most recent book just published by Chelsea Green is Local Dollars Local Sense How to Move Your Money from Wall Street to Main Street and Achieve Real Prosperity His previous book

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  • OSEA: Weigh in on changes to the Renewable Energy Approvals process with the Ministry of the Environment
    Offer Program RESOP Search Home Events Event Listings Past Events Events Event Listings Past Events Weigh in on changes to the Renewable Energy Approvals process with the Ministry of the Environment When Monday May 14 11 30am 1 30pm EST Where Online Webinar Access information provided upon registration Attend an information session with the Ministry of the Environment MOE on the proposed changes to the Renewable Energy Approval Process regulations This is your chance to sit at the table with the Ministry and get your questions answered and your voice heard Submit your comments questions maximum of 3 to nicole ontario sea org Note OSEA member comments will have priority and be taken first Not a member Find out more about joining Deadline for session questions is May 10 at midnight In preparation for OSEA s submission on the Renewable Energy Approvals process regulations changes we are asking OSEA members and participants to submit their feedback on the proposals to us using the MOE document below Complete your edits to the redline document and send it to OSEA by May 10 to nicole ontario sea org and the MOE OSEA will incorporate these suggestions into our submission to the MOE

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  • OSEA: OSEA Webinar Series: What do the new FIT 2.0 rules and prices mean for your business and the industry? Presented by OSEA and Gowlings
    business days following the webinar Cost 65 for non members OSEA friends pay 55 25 Contact Genevieve Valery genevieve ontario sea org to purchase access to the archive or buy now online OSEA and Gowlings invite you to join us and a panel of leading experts for an analysis of the draft FIT 2 0 rules and a lively discussion on what it will mean to the future of commercial and community power in Ontario This will be the first chance to share your thoughts and comments on the new rules with your peers other industry stakeholders and the government Your feedback and recommendations will contribute to OSEA s response to the Ministry of Energy and will contribute to the advancement of Ontario s transition to a more sustainable energy system and a thriving green energy economy Members only OSEA members can participate for free in the webinar and are invited to participate in OSEA s Policy Advisory Committee working groups to help shape the final recommendations and briefings provided to government and the sector Not a member yet Not a problem Join now at www ontario sea org Further details to be published soon Members only OSEA members can participate for free in the webinar and are invited to participate in OSEA s Policy Advisory Committee working groups to help shape the final recommendations and briefings provided to government and the sector Not a member yet Not a problem Join now at www ontario sea org Panelists Byron Le Clair Director of Energy Projects Pic River Energy Jim MacDougall Consultant Compass Renewable Energy Consulting Inc Newton Peres Manager of Business Development SolGate Kristopher Stevens Executive Director Ontario Sustainable Energy Association Thomas Timmins Partner Gowlings Moderator Chris Chopik http www chrischopik com is a trusted writer speaker and leader A

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  • OSEA: OSEA FIT Webinar Series: The straight facts on Hydro One connection issues
    recently clarified by the Ontario Energy Board in a case led by Mr Mondrow Hear directly from Hydro One on progress being made on grid upgrades and policies regarding capacity and what they mean to your projects Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions air their frustrations and get advice on their own cases If you are a generator electricity distributor electrical contractor or electrical worker this is a webinar you shouldn t miss Register today at http oseawebinars eventbrite com Presenters Ian Mondrow Partner Gowlings http www gowlings com Ian Mondrow is a partner in Gowlings Toronto office practicing with the Business Law Group in the area of energy regulation and policy Ian has represented electricity generators transmitters and contractors energy retailers and natural gas and electricity consumers before the Ontario Energy Board and in other Canadian regulatory forums Ian advises clients on a variety of matters in the natural gas and electricity sectors including energy policy regulatory policy and processes rates and tariff matters and compliance and licensing issues Prior to joining Gowlings Ian practiced at a prominent national firm served as special advisor to the chair of the Ontario Energy Board and was vice president government and regulatory affairs with a major integrated energy retail and solutions company For microFIT related questions Tom Timmins Partner Gowlings http www gowlings com Thomas J Timmins is a partner in Gowlings Toronto office practising business law with a particular emphasis on renewable energy project development power project finance infrastructure project mergers and acquisitions private equity and venture capital transactions Thomas leads the renewable energy practice at Gowlings working closely with energy and infrastructure companies worldwide He assists issuers underwriters and investors on complex equity and debt financing transactions and has taken numerous companies from the initial idea stage through

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  • OSEA: OSEA's FIT Program Review - Submission Draft Webinar (archive available)
    November 25 10 30 am 12 30 pm Where Online Webinar Conference Call Access information available upon registration with Eventbrite Be part of this important process and help shape Ontario s green energy system Register free to access the archived webinar ACCESS ARCHIVE Since our first FIT review webinar back in May right through to our recent Community Power Conference we have been busy talking with our members and partners to collect feedback for the Ontario FIT Program Review We have now completed a draft submission report based on your input and feedback regarding the FIT review and the advancement of a more sustainable integrated energy system in Ontario Listen to the archive of our Friday November 25th webinar from as we introduce the draft report for your review and further comment The intent is to build consensus around core asks supported by the sector provide you with a resource to draw on for your own submission and to strengthen OSEA s feedback to the various agencies involved For further information about the FIT Review process and OSEA s report timeline visit http ontario sea org Page asp PageID 924 ContentID 3459 The deadline for comments was November 30th Please

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