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  • OSEA: OSEA Board Member Profile: Meet Peter Black
    the LDC participated in building a portfolio of numerous microFITs and FITs Even the people of Brant County contributed when they formed a Co operative which holds some of the FITs on the arenas in the County It was a true team effort Brant County is near Six Nations and as part of a County Accommodation Strategy a Set Aside FIT project was undertaken with them which provided great benefits for everyone Peter s second challenge has been building an affordable fibre optic network for this rural community that spans 40 000 hectares and contains approximately 10 000 homeowners farmers and businesses The sustainability effort for Brant County involves renewable energy engagement with First Nations safe water electricity and roads top tier health education and affordable reliable internet By building a fiber network we are bringing affordable internet to our community and delivering sustainability Peter adds This approach also defines his personal vision of sustainability Sustainability is largely considered to be renewable energy via distributed generation but it is so much more than just energy generation it is energy conservation it is healthy eating and exercise it is the art of seeing into the long term it is affordable quality of life for all The main driver of sustainability is you and me If we leave it up to our leaders it will be a mere flavour of the month and that will be it We need to continue with a grassroots approach such as OSEA and push the sustainable agenda UP to the policy makers I am encouraged with Alberta s carbon tax and Prime Minister Trudeau s commitments in Paris But these leaders need our help by driving many more concerned Canadians into the sustainability tent says Peter Peter predicts that five years from now we will have

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  • OSEA: Sustainable Energy Leaders Recognized with OSEA’s Powering Prosperity Award
    the utilities in the development of a sustainable and decentralized energy system that will allow consumers and generators of energy to interconnect in ways that are much more flexible He highlighted in particular the great success OPUC is seeing from its solar PV and storage pilot http www opuc on ca sems pilot program Our vision is of 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 Events like Powering Prosperity and Green Energy Doors Open showcase the individuals communities and businesses that are helping make this vision a reality states Nicole Risse Interim Executive Director of OSEA Risse added Today we celebrate the winners of the 2016 Powering Prosperity Award as well as the achievements of everyone that is active in the sector each working toward building a better future for Ontario This year the association recognized seven champions in six different categories Mayor Randy Hope from Chatham Kent took home the prestigious 20 20 Leadership Award being recognized for his leadership in promoting sustainable economic growth in his community with green energy and community engagement as a priority The Developer of the Year Award went to Whitesand First Nation a far northern First Nation community who has worked very hard and over many years to get the permission to build a 3 64 MW combined heat and power biomass plant which will provide electricity to three communities In 2016 Whitesand First Nation is expected to begin construction on the project that will provide the region with a steady stream of revenue local jobs and an ample reliable clean supply of electricity The SMARTpreneur of the Year Award category recognizes the achievements of entrepreneurs in the sector In 2016 Brant Municipal Enterprises was awarded the prize in recognition of its pursuit to bring socially beneficial activities including the development of a renewable energy portfolio conservation initiatives and the development of a progressive fibre optic network to its community The Sustainable Project of the Year Award went to Ernestown Windpark a development by Horizon Legacy Group Ernestown Windpark is a small low impact 10 MW facility that is partially owned by a First Nation community and located near Kingston Ontario Six Nation of the Grand River Development Corporation SNDC received the Aboriginal Project of the Year Award for its profound commitment to renewable energy in Ontario To date SNDC has direct ownership in a portfolio that exceeds 600MW of installed wind and solar generation locally generating revenue for the community and creating jobs for their people The Senvion Community Project of the Year Award saw two distinguished winners The first one was Camp Kawartha who was recognized for the leadership in growing sustainability awareness amongst students of all ages The second recipient was the Ottawa Renewable Energy Co operative OREC In September of 2015 OREC completed a solar project on the rooftop of Maurice Lapointe High School in Kanata s Bridlewood neighbourhood which

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  • OSEA: Samsung and Pattern Development Start Operations at 180 MW Armow Wind Power Facility in Ontario
    energy use in Ontario Samsung is proud to complete our fourth wind project under our Green Energy Investment Agreement with the government of Ontario said Steve Cho Vice President Samsung C T Armow Wind created more than 350 jobs during peak construction and supported over 750 workers from our Ontario manufacturing facilities Samsung and its partners are creating jobs and investing in the community which is benefiting real people in Kincardine and across the province Armow Wind is a great example of how Ontario is changing the future of electricity Armow Wind is a project that produces clean renewable energy and that was built by Ontario workers with Ontario made wind turbine components said Mike Garland CEO of Pattern Development Armow Wind is now generating millions of dollars in local lease payments and property taxes updating the local airport and improving the community of Kincardine through our community benefits program We want to thank the landowners other community members and the municipality for their hard work and collaboration on this project We are honored to become a part of this great community Constructed utilizing Ontario made products Armow Wind provided jobs for more than 350 Ontario workers during peak construction activity with an average of 200 workers on site throughout the construction process Towers for the 91 Siemens 2 3 MW wind turbines were made in Windsor and the 273 blades were manufactured in Tillsonburg by more than 750 Ontario workers Congratulations to our partners on the completion of the Armow Wind farm said David Hickey Vice President Wind Power Renewables Siemens Canada Limited Siemens is proud to be a key supplier for our partners on another successful wind project in Ontario With locally produced steel towers and blades Armow Wind is another great example of the positive economic impact

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  • OSEA: Checkout Login
    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 Checkout Login I am a n ew customer please create an account f irst name l ast name e mail email type Plain Text HTML user na m e pass w ord

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