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  • OSEA: Our Team
    Distribution Regulatory and Witness Support Revenue Management Supply Chain Financial Operations IT and other shared services Peter Black Brant Renewable Energy Acting Secretary and Director Peter has been a senior marketing manager for various major Canadian corporations Peter has worked for The Globe and Mail Telemedia Publishing and Steinbergs Peter attended McMaster University and received a Double B A and a M A Peter also received an Executive MBA from University of Toronto Peter works at Brant County Power a utility serving Paris and its rural areas Peter is Director of Renewables Brant Renewable Energy BRE BRE has applied for 23MW for the County of Brant and Brant County Power In addition BRE had contracts with over 100 farmers and homeowners to install micro generation The County of Brant and Brant County Power have each embraced the opportunity of GEA BRE is positioned to assist in building a Community Power initiative for Brant County BRE wishes to deepen its commonwealth approach with renewable energy for municipalities via OSEA and believes it can also offer some of its experience to other OSEA members in the municipal sector Maike Althaus Senvion Canada Inc Maike Althaus is the Director of Communications and Government Relations of Senvion Canada Inc on maternity leave until summer 2016 As communications specialist with more than eight years of experience in North America and Europe she specializes in strategic planning public affairs and new market development Since 2011 when she started at Senvion Canada as employee of the first hour Maike successfully engaged with the company s key stakeholders in government communities and the wind energy industry By doing so she has been increasing the company s profile and contributed to its market penetration across Canada Dr Christine Koenig Secretary and COO Ontario Sustainability Services Inc Christine has been an entrepreneur by heart starting up her own biotech research strategy consulting and community power development firms In the process she has project managed complex permitting and construction processes as well as multidisciplinary research and consulting projects developed marketing and communication strategies and turned many visions into operational entities and saleable products Christine co founded and developed the marketing strategy for Canada s first biogas co operative and leads the community engagement for an 18 MW community wind farm project She advised one of Ontario s largest school boards on its solar strategy and co led the Toronto Association of Business Improvement Area s community power and solar outreach Christine frequently speaks on community power to industry and resident audiences and sits on OSEA s Policy Advisory Committee Dawn Lambe Manager Nipissing University Biomass Innovation Centre An economist and community energy activist Dawn couples her 30 years of experience in technology design and innovation with her passion for regional economic development to develop sustainable energy solutions and inform rational energy policy at the municipal and provincial levels Dawn s highly successful work in the sustainable energy arena has been largely the result of her ability to build strategic partnerships with

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  • OSEA: Funding Sources
    Sustainable Energy OSEA Archives Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home About Us About Us Funding Sources OSEA s funding comes from a mixture of sources including membership fees fee for service work government and non government grants and events Past grantors have included The Oak Foundation Ontario Ministry of Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs The Ontario Trillium Foundation The Community Power Fund Toronto Atmospheric

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  • OSEA: Logo Use Policy
    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 About Us About Us Logo Use Policy Members of OSEA may request the use of our logos Please e mail info at ontario sea org to request the use of an OSEA logo Be sure to indicate

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  • OSEA: Employment Opportunities
    Program RESOP Search Home About Us About Us Employment Opportunities Volunteer OSEA keeps a list of available volunteers on file and will contact them periodically for assistance with events or projects If you are interested in volunteering please sign up on our volunteer list Become an OSEA Volunteer Contract and Consulting OSEA often hires service providers with a specific skill on a contract consulting basis to perform specific tasks such

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  • OSEA: Newsletters
    publications Sustainable Energy OSEA Archives Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates News Updates Newsletters Title Date Community Energy Update January 2012 Issue 1 01 04 2012 Community Energy Update December 2011 Issue 2 12 19 2011 Community Energy Update December 2011 Issue 1 12 07 2011 Community Energy Update November 2011 Issue 2 11 22 2011 Community Energy Update November 2011 Issue 1 11 08 2011 Community Energy Update October 2011 Issue 2 10 26 2011 Community Energy Update October 2011 Issue 1 10 11 2011 OSEA s note of thanks 10 07 2011 Community Energy Update September 2011 Issue 2 09 28 2011 Community Energy Update September 2011 Issue 1 09 13 2011 Community Energy Update August 2011 Issue 3 08 30 2011 Community Energy Update August 2011 Issue 2 08 16 2011 Community Energy Update August 2011 Issue 1 08 03 2011 Community Energy Update July 2011 Issue 2 07 19 2011 Community Energy Update July 2011 Issue 1 07 05 2011 Community Energy Update June 2011 Issue 2 06 21 2011 Community Energy Update June 2011 Issue 1 06 08 2011 Community Energy Update May 2011 Issue 2 05

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  • OSEA: OSEA FIT Webinar Series: The straight facts on Hydro One connection issues
    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 to the take

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