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  • OSEA: WindEnergy Hamburg 2016
    Education Ontario Sustainability Services Webinars Resources Resource Library Community 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 Events Event Listings Events Event Listings WindEnergy Hamburg 2016 When September 27 to 30 2016 Where WindEnergy Hamburg is the only major global event of the wind industry in 2016 and a special highlight bi yearly WindEnergy Hamburg as the leading global trade fair for wind energy and the Annual Conference of the European Wind Energy Association EWEA teamed up and will be held in parallel for the first time in 2016 Simultaneous conduct of the two major international mega events for the wind industry makes Hamburg the world s wind powerhouse WindEnergy Hamburg 2014 facts 1 250 exhibitors 33 000 attendees 33 nations represented 24 delegations International trade fair for the wind industry presenting the entire value chain in the onshore and offshore sectors The Canadian German Chamber of Industry and Commerce is pleased to offer Canadian companies the participation in a Canadian Pavilion Please find the package for Canadian exhibitors here Last Updated Tuesday February 02 2016 at 5

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  • OSEA: Canada-Korea Energy Mission 2016
    Tools Renewable Energy articles publications Sustainable Energy OSEA Archives Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home Events Event Listings Events Event Listings Canada Korea Energy Mission 2016 When October 15 to 18 2016 Where Seoul South Korea Canada Korea Business Council is organizing a Canada Korea Energy Mission to bring together the innovative energy and clean technology companies from Korea and Canada Deadlines Intention to attend March 31 2016 Application Deposit April 30 2016 Final Payment Confirmation May 31 2016 Objectives Initiate deals and relationships for investments partnerships joint ventures supply contracts and technology collaboration Enable Korean and Canadian companies to discover each others advanced technology capabilities in energy and clean technology Contact Sonny Cho President CEO sonny cho ckbc ca Victor Choi VP Communications Public Relations victor choi ckbc ca Potential Partners Korea Industry Trade Energy Korea Energy Agency Federation of Korean Industries FKI Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Korea Energy Related Associations Potential Partners Canada Global Affairs Canada confirmed Canadian Chamber of Commerce Provincial Governments Energy Related Associations Mission Leaders Invited Hon Crystia Freeland Minister of International Trade Provincial Minister s in International Trade Economic Development Energy Last Updated Thursday February 04 2016

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  • OSEA: OSEA to study potential for Community Power in Newmarket
    local distribution companies such as Newmarket Tay Power to encourage energy conservation and to connect and distribute renewable energy it does not oblige them to actually promote local generation However Paul Ferguson the company s president says that could be a role the municipalities of Newmarket and Tay may want the utility to fill Both municipalities have a particular interest in energy and they may want us to encourage people to develop small renewable energy projects Should that be their mandate I think we have more than a passive role to play he says Newmarket and Tay understand the value of local ownership While many municipalities sold off their local distribution companies during the 90 s when the energy sector was deregulated they opted to keep their hydro companies It is this appreciation of local ownership and the control and economic benefits that come with it that makes community power particularly attractive In light of the Green Energy Act and its subsequent feed in tariffs for renewable power which are topped up for community owned energy projects Newmarket Tay Power is looking for ways of engaging its 30 000 customers Already there has been some interest from a few residents and businesses in installing solar panels on their roofs but OSEA will consult widely with local organizations such as the Chamber of Commerce as well as conduct focus groups to fully gauge the community s appetite for producing green electricity At the same time OSEA will look at the possibilities for the municipalities to produce renewable energy which they are now allowed to do under the Green Energy Act The question for Mr Ferguson and to some extent for OSEA is Who will develop these potential projects While residents community groups and the municipalities themselves might be keen financing for

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  • OSEA: Windmills don't adversely affect health, say experts
    response to those concerns the American and Canadian Wind Energy Associations AWEA and CanWEA established a scientific advisory panel in early 2009 to conduct a review of current literature available on the issue of perceived health effects of wind turbines This multidisciplinary panel is comprised of medical doctors audiologists and acoustical professionals from the United States Canada Denmark and the United Kingdom The objective of the panel was to provide an authoritative reference document for legislators regulators and anyone who wants to make sense of the conflicting information about wind turbine sound The panel undertook extensive review analysis and discussion of the large body of peer reviewed literature on sound and health effects in general and on sound produced by wind turbines Each panel member contributed a unique expertise in audiology acoustics otolaryngology occupational environmental medicine or public health With a diversity of perspectives represented the panel assessed the plausible biological effects of exposure to wind turbine sound Following review analysis and discussion of current knowledge the panel reached consensus on the following conclusions There is no evidence that the audible or sub audible sounds emitted by wind turbines have any direct adverse physiological effects The ground borne vibrations from wind turbines are too weak to be detected by or to affect humans The sounds emitted by wind turbines are not unique There is no reason to believe based on the levels and frequencies of the sounds and the panel s experience with sound exposures in occupational settings that the sounds from wind turbines could plausibly have direct adverse health consequences Press Release International panel of experts conclude sound from wind turbines has no harmful effect on human health Last Updated Thursday March 11 2010 at 11 14 40 AM Related Links Toronto Star Wind gets clean bill of health

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  • OSEA: Initial response to feed-in tariff program tremendous
    season after being the first to receive offers to generate renewable electricity under the province s new feed in tariff program The new microFIT program encourages the development of small scale renewable energy from a diverse range of producers including homeowners schools farmers and small businesses The people of the province have long indicated that they are willing even eager to do something to address climate change The OPA s

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  • OSEA: OSEA weighs in on the Samsung deal
    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 News Updates OSEA weighs in on the Samsung deal Panelists Kristopher Stevens OSEA Randall Denley Ottawa Citizen Tom Rand MaRS Norm Rubin Energy Probe Evaluating Ontario s green energy deal with Samsung Panelists debate whether Ontario s deal with Samsung

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  • OSEA: Farm Credit Canada delivers renewable energy loans for farmers
    Resource Library Community 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 News Updates Farm Credit Canada delivers renewable energy loans for farmers Farm Credit Canada has announced a new FCC Energy Loan to aide farmers and agribusinesses move towards producing their own green energy Beginning March 1 st Canadian farmers and agribusiness owners interested in producing their own renewable energy will have a new federal financing option to do so The loan will help farmers purchase and install on farm energy sources like biogas geo thermal wind or solar power A recent FCC Vision survey of Canadian agriculture producers and businesses showed that 60 per cent of individuals surveyed are considering new ways to find financial value by reducing their environmental impact With interest in renewables amongst the agricultural sector increasing across the country agriculture minister Gerry Ritz affirmed that this initiative is good for the environment and it s good for the bottom line on farms across Canada Last Updated Friday February 26 2010 at 2 36 24 PM Related Links Government of Canada Delivers

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  • OSEA: OSEA working with partners to develop new financial products
    Canadian Savings and Credit Union and the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation are offering special financing that can assist with the development of sustainable energy projects In 2007 OSEA created the Community Power Fund to provide soft cost grants for the Community Power sector OSEA continues its commitment to the sector by working with our members to identify new financing options and opportunities for communities pursuing sustainable energy initiatives We are pleased to welcome both the Italian Canadian Savings and Credit Union and the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation on board and we look forward to working together to further the growth of the sector The Italian Canadian Savings and Credit Union has announced a low interest solar rooftop loan for residential property owners commercial enterprises and Community Power groups seeking to participate in the province s new feed in tariff programs The financing package is very competitive providing a 5 5 interest rate For more information contact the Italian Canadian Savings and Credit Union at 416 784 0200 or visit their website http www icsavings ca The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation s CMHC Municipal Infrastructure Lending Program provides municipalities access to low cost financing to develop wind solar

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