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  • OSEA: Small FIT window to open on December 14th
    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 Small FIT window to open on December 14th The Minister of Energy announced yesterday that the province will proceed with another 200 megawatts of small scale renewable energy projects under the FIT Program Applications will begin to be accepted on December 14th OSEA is cautiously optimistic about this development and encourages everyone to let the OPA and Minister s office know that a two month window is ideal as it will be hard especially for communities to complete some of the processes over the holidays Just as the government saw the wisdom in not rushing to ensure they got it right community and commercial developers should be allowed reasonable time to complete their applications Last Updated Wednesday December 05 2012 at 10 52 47 AM Related Links Toronto Star Ontario opens door for more renewable energy http www thestar com business article 1297504 ontario opens door for more renewable energy Ontario energy minister Chris Bentley has shrugged off concerns about a looming World Trade Organization ruling that s likely to go

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  • OSEA: Ontario jump-starts green energy plan - Sarnia Observer
    taken A long pause in Ontario s uptake of new green energy projects is ending Energy Minister Chris Bentley said this week Ontario will begin taking Feed In Tariff FIT applications for up to 200 megawatts of small renewable power generating projects again Dec 14 The window for the Ontario program that awards contracts to green energy generators had been closed while the province carried out a review that began

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  • OSEA: Official OPA: FIT 2.0 rules and application window opening on December 14
    this evening confirming that the new FIT 2 0 rules forms and contract will be released and the application window opened for Small Feed in Tariff projects this coming Friday December 14th Here is what you should be considering as you prepare DO NOT submit your application until you have reviewed the rule forms and contract changes The Minister of Energy has given two directives November 23rd and December 11th 2012 that have altered the requirements so you should ensure that you are using version 2 1 when the materials are released DO tune in on Tuesday December 18th for the webinar to hear a review of the changes and have your questions answered details to be posted on the FIT site at http fit powerauthority on ca DO plan to apply if you are submitting a new or revised application Remember that pre existing FIT applicants with Small FIT projects formerly CAE applicants who wish to be considered under the updated FIT program can maintain their original time stamp if they submit an eligible revised application DO get your municipal support resolutions done if at all possible and line up you Commissioner of Oaths and other relevant people to

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  • OSEA: Community Energy Partnership Program (CEPP) 2.0 has been announced
    Sustainable Energy OSEA Archives Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates News Updates Community Energy Partnership Program CEPP 2 0 has been announced The Community Energy Partnership Program CEPP 2 0 has been announced Guidelines have been posted and the new rules and application forms for funding of up to 500 000 are expected soon The CEPP is designed to provide funding for communities to develop renewable energy generation facilities The program assists qualifying communities in paying for a portion of the project costs associated with developing a renewable energy project These costs include resource assessments legal services engineering designs and regulatory approvals CEPP funding is available for two streams of project development Organizational Development Stream 80 percent of actual costs up to 20 000 for the first project Development Approvals Stream 50 percent of actual costs up to 500 000 per project less any previous CEPP funding For more information about each funding stream the application process guidelines rules and application click here Be sure to drop the team at the CEPP a note at info communityenergyprogram ca to let them know you appreciate their hard work getting the program up running

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  • OSEA: Happy holidays from OSEA!
    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 Happy holidays from OSEA Dear members friends and supporters The OSEA team would like to wish you all a happy holiday season and thank you for your hard work perseverance and support in 2012 As our year in review video highlights we have

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  • OSEA: OSEA Year in Review 2012
    Archives Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates News Updates OSEA Year in Review 2012 In 2012 the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association OSEA through our events webinars campaigns and advocacy work have continued to serve as a voice for the sector create opportunities and rise to the challenges of the past year Here is a look at some of our efforts during the

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  • OSEA: FSCO provides guidelines for coop-corporate partnerships
    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 News Updates News Updates FSCO provides guidelines for coop corporate partnerships On behalf of OSEA members Harry French Community Power Leadership group co chair and Ontario Sustainability Services director participated in a Financial Services Commission of Ontario FSCO licensing division meeting that updated the co op sector and renewable energy sector on the types of renewable energy co op structures that FSCO will consider approving Essentially if the co op qualifications and other regulatory requirements of incorporation are met FSCO will approve co ops that have a direct ownership or 51 partnership agreement where the co op will be the primary owner and operator A joint venture is consider a partnership Subsidiaries will be approved if the co op has 100 control as will joint ventures and joint tenancy agreements Limited partnerships will be fully reviewed on a case by case basis and may or may not be approved As we advised previously in approaching FSCO with your Offering Statement follow the KISSED principle Keep

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  • OSEA: Congratulations to Premier-Designate Kathleen Wynne!
    OSEA Community would like to congratulate Kathleen Wynne Premier Designate on her election as the leader of the Liberal Party of Ontario Ms Wynne s track record of consensus building track record as a successful Cabinet Minister with various portfolios commitment to bringing greater focus to rural Ontario and her ground breaking work on the sustainable energy file all bode well to the Liberal Party s renewal and to bridge building with all of the other parties In late 2012 Ms Wynne signed a regulatory amendment giving municipalities significant new powers to finance and enable property owners who are interested in improving the energy efficiency of their homes and businesses and who would like to develop distributed combined heat and power and renewable energy projects in their backyards and communities For those interested in learning more about this exciting innovation join us and our partners this Thursday January 31st at 10 00am for a webinar where we will find out what a number of municipalities are already doing and share insights into how municipalities can take control of distributed sustainable energy in their communities Find out more here Please feel free to send an email to Ms Wynne congratulating her

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