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  • OSEA: Good Jobs For All For A Greater Toronto
    For All For A Greater Toronto When November 22 2008 Where Metro Toronto Convention Centre The new global economy is rapidly changing the world of work What is happening to the principle of decent jobs living wages equity and a secure future for all What will it take to improve living and working conditions in Canada s largest urban centre Join with labour and community activists who are on the front lines in the fight for good jobs as we share experiences and help craft winning strategies The Summit on Good Jobs will be one part of a long term effort to tackle the pressing issues of social equity and economic justice in the 21st century Keynote Speakers Dave Foster Executive Director of the Blue Green Alliance in the U S a unique partnership of the Steelworkers and Sierra Club that is on the leading edge of developing good jobs in the new green economy www bluegreenalliance org Deena Ladd Co ordinator of the Workers Action Centre which has been a strong voice of justice for the growing number of workers in precarious employment in the Toronto region www workersactioncentre ca Choosing Your Workshop The Good Jobs for All Summit

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  • OSEA: OPA Procurement Conference Call
    Guidebooks and Tools Renewable Energy articles publications Sustainable Energy OSEA Archives Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home Events Event Listings Past Events Events Event Listings Past Events OPA Procurement Conference Call When Monday October 20th 2008 Where Online The OPA s next open procurement conference call will take place on MONDAY OCTOBER 20th at 11 00 a m During the conference calls the OPA will provide updates and take questions on any current procurement initiatives related to electricity generation including Both Standard Offer Programs RESOP and CESOP Combined Heat and Power Phase II and III CHP II and CHP III Renewable Energy Supply III RES III Northern York Region Southwest GTA How to participate TELECONFERENCE To listen and ask questions please dial Toll local Toronto area 416 849 6206 Toll free North America 1 866 253 4737 New Please quote confirmation code 2223489 when you dial in In order to accommodate all interested parties please dial in by 10 55am WEBCAST To listen only online please go to URL http www snwebcastcenter com event event id 214 please note no questions will be taken via the webcast You can review the archive of prior

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  • OSEA: Toronto Solar Roundtable Meeting
    Archives Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home Events Event Listings Past Events Events Event Listings Past Events Toronto Solar Roundtable Meeting When Thursday October 2nd 2008 Where City of Toronto Solar Neighbourhoods Office 138 Hamilton Street Preliminary agenda items include current projects of WISE Downtown West and VISE the Toronto Solar Neighbourhoods program CREW s project in Waterloo the PowerHouse Progam in York region

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  • OSEA: Community Power Presentation with Concerned Citizens of King Township
    Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home Events Event Listings Past Events Events Event Listings Past Events Community Power Presentation with Concerned Citizens of King Township When Thursday September 18 2008 to Thursday September 18 2008 7 30 PM 9 30 PM Where Holland Marsh District Christian School 18955 Dufferin Street Ansnorveldt Roberto Garcia OSEA s Membership Services Manager delivered a presentation entitled Tapping into Community Power at

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  • OSEA: Envisioning a Green Energy Act for Ontario
    Lakes tall sleek windmills are spinning their blades In cities throughout Ontario people are walking and biking to work and school while electric trains carry passengers from town to town Solar panels mounted on zero emissions buildings share rooftops with colourful gardens Huge trees line the streets and people breath more easily since the closure of the last dirty coal fired generators On the farm the air is also sweet now that manure is heating homes and barns Thousands of workers are employed building wind turbines installing geothermal heat pumps manufacturing electric cars and insulating homes They take their vacations in the vast wilderness of the north where the lakes are clean and the wildlife flourishes This was the future of Ontario envisioned by more than a hundred people who convened on September 16 to consider what a Green Energy Act for Ontario should address While participants came from a diverse background and included not only environmentalists but also farmers business people and representatives of the trades utilities government municipalities and First Nations they shared a common vision and a deep concern for the health of the planet Modeled on similar legislation that made Germany the leader in clean sustainable electricity the Green Energy Act is intended to spur the development of renewable energy and conservation in Ontario During the visioning session which was facilitated by energy and conservation expert Marion Fraser participants considered the potential of such a law here including the creation of thousands of green jobs and the generation of revenue for local communities They also discussed some of the obstacles that are currently stymieing the advent of renewable energy in the province in particular the difficulties connecting renewables to the electricity grid Ms Fraser is now compiling the input provided by the participants and preparing a

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  • OSEA: 7th World Wind Energy Conference 2008
    size Wind Generators 25 497 877 bytes Community Biogas Case Study 4 041 915 bytes Community Power Energy Autonomy for Local Economies 191 988 bytes Community Power Energy Autonomy for Local Economi 120 758 bytes Community Solar Power Buying Groups in Toronto 8 154 944 bytes Comparison between two diagnostic models of atmosp 124 879 bytes Composite Manufacturing Process for Wind Energy Turbines 2 171 361 bytes Creating a Community Biogas Model for Rural Ontario 2 532 162 bytes Design Analysis of Fixed pitch Straight bladed Vertical Axis Wind Turbines 437 786 bytes Design and Power characterization of a novel Vertical Axis Wind Energy Conversion system VAWECS 72 538 bytes Developing a Community Owned Wind Farm 7 419 458 bytes Developing and Maintaining Developing and Maintaining Community Trust through Accuracy in Communi 4 873 257 bytes Differential Equations Used to Analyse and Obeserve Effect of Impact Loads and Wind Turbine 3 787 300 bytes Disconnect Between Turbine Noise Guideline and Health Authority Recommendation 180 832 bytes Dynamics of Wind Power Implementation in Turkey 8 942 856 bytes Enhanced Frequency Adaptive Phase Locked Loop for Distributed Power Generation System Applications 809 297 bytes Ethics of Renewable Energy 242 437 bytes Evaluation of parameters affecting wind turbine power generation 142 525 bytes Evaluation of Uncertainty of Wind Speeds and Its Implications 6 328 644 bytes Flutter Mill a New Energy Harvesting Device 6 345 722 bytes Friction Drive Variable Speed Multiple Generator Utility Scale Wind Turbine 101 629 bytes Full Scale Testing for Investigation of Wind Turbine Seismic 1 373 842 bytes Green Sustainable Foundation 563 731 bytes Heinrich Bartelt Integration of renewable energies increasing community power 68 461 bytes Hybrid system of Renewable Energy Sources with Hydro Accumulation 4 108 099 bytes identification of Areas with Likely Good Wind Regimes for Energy Applications in Mozambique 1 940 173 bytes Individual Blade Pitch and Camber Control for Vertical Axis Wind Turbines 386 898 bytes Integrating Environmental Engineering and Constructability Considerations in Wind Power Developmen 4 170 699 bytes Inverse Airfoil Design Method for Low Speed Straight Bladed Darrieus type VAWT Application 1 599 628 bytes Issues and Prospects in Opting for New Off Grid 143 997 bytes Issues and Recommendations from the TORC Renewable Energy Forum 385 562 bytes Legal Issues with Wind Farm Stakeholders 423 494 bytes Lighter than air Wind Turbines in Remote Communities 472 821 bytes Linear vs CFD Models in Wind Resource Mapping 892 961 bytes Locality Idealism and Profitability as triggers in Green Energy Movements 220 634 bytes Matching Renewable Energy Technology 15 518 004 bytes Medium solidity Vertical Axis Wind Turbines for use in Urban Environments 520 336 bytes Meeting the challenge of expanding Windpower Education to Keep up with Growth 97 412 bytes Methodology and System Development of Wind Farm Siting Based on GIS 1 329 935 bytes Microprocessor Based Wind Speed Instrumentation system 107 886 bytes Municipal Policies to Support Community Power 1 213 808 bytes Navier Stokes Simulation of Wind Turbine Consider Laminar

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  • OSEA: Small Scale Commercial Wind Workshop
    Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home Events Event Listings Past Events Events Event Listings Past Events Small Scale Commercial Wind Workshop When Saturday June 7 2008 to Saturday June 7 2008 9 00 AM 4 00 PM Where The Workshop will cover 10 kW to 100 kW wind systems and Determine what small wind systems may be compatible for agriculture operations Offsetting On Farm Power Requirements vs Net Metering

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  • OSEA: PowerHouse program renewable energy workshops
    Energy OSEA Archives Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home Events Event Listings Past Events Events Event Listings Past Events PowerHouse program renewable energy workshops When June 5th 10th 11th 17th and19th September 9th and 17th 2008 Where Various locations in GTA PowerHouse is a pilot program from Enersource Hydro Mississauga Hydro One Networks and Hydro One Brampton Networks and is funded by the Ontario

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