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  • OSEA: Toronto Star - Solar firm bringing jobs home
    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 OSEA Member News News Updates OSEA Member News Toronto Star Solar firm bringing jobs home Project developers are getting increasingly creative with financing The Neighbourhood Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Toronto is selling 110 000 worth of debentures to the public to raise money for

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  • OSEA: Renewable Energy World - Ontario Will Pay Farmers 14.5 cents per kWh for Their Wind Generation
    News Renewable Energy World Ontario Will Pay Farmers 14 5 cents per kWh for Their Wind Generation By Paul Gipe The Ontario Power Authority OPA has confirmed that it will pay Ontario farmers 0 145 CAD kWh for their wind generation under the province s new feed in tariff program launched October 1 2009 The Canadian dollar is near parity with the U S dollar The confirmation was made by the OPA s Jonathan Cheszes in a presentation at the Community Power Conference November 15 in Toronto In his presentation Cheszes summarized the criteria necessary to qualify for OPA s community and aboriginal adders To qualify for the 0 01 CAD kWh community adder the first criterion is simply one or more individuals resident in Ontario When asked whether this definition included farmers Cheszes responded in the affirmative Thus if a farmer owns more than 50 percent of the controlling interest in a wind turbine or a wind farm of multiple turbines they will qualify for the full community wind adder As of mid July 2009 OPA had yet to define how to qualify for the community adder Community power proponents notably the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association had focused primarily

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  • OSEA: Windustry.org - Community Power Conference in Ontario has global reach
    RESOP Search Home News Updates OSEA Member News News Updates OSEA Member News Windustry org Community Power Conference in Ontario has global reach The Ontario Sustainable Energy Association OSEA hosted it s first Community Power Conference on November 15 16 with international speakers 450 conference delegates and over 2 500 trade show attendees The conference was chaired by Dr David Suzuki the well known scientist host of The Nature of

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  • OSEA: EMC Perth - Perth approves deal for solar energy park
    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 OSEA Member News News Updates OSEA Member News EMC Perth Perth approves deal for solar energy park Perth s quest for viable alternative energy projects has led to a solar energy proposal for the

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  • OSEA: Green Living Online - Responsible Green Business
    Awards Publications Research Training 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 News Updates OSEA Member News News Updates OSEA Member News Green Living Online Responsible Green Business Three major conferences signal that real change is happening to Canadian

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  • OSEA: InvestorsBeyondBorders.com - Community Power Conference 2009
    OSEA Archives Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates OSEA Member News News Updates OSEA Member News InvestorsBeyondBorders com Community Power Conference 2009 Investors Beyond Borders attended the Community Power Conference 2009 held by the OSEA Ontario Sustainable Energy Association Many industry professionals from various backgrounds such as investors developers energy companies legal and accounting firms attended to this prestigious conference This trade

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  • OSEA: The Kingston Whig Standard - A flick of the switch for association
    preparing information sheets and presentations SWITCH plans to hold workshops across the region from Prince Edward and Hastings counties in the west to Leeds and Grenville County in the east If we can get together with businesses and answer questions we re going to do it said Hsu whose association helps companies interested in investing in solar power develop business relationships with contractors and suppliers We want to jump start the whole solar energy market in Kingston and create jobs over the next couple of decades Solar energy is big in the 21st century The workshops will provide details of the Green Energy Act including the Feed in Tariff FIT program The program enables businesses that install solar panels to sell the electricity back to the power grid for an above market rate However in order to qualify for that rate the project must include 50 Ontario content manpower parts and labour equipment You can generate electricity and sell it back to the grid for about a 4 to 8 return on investment said Hsu We ll help people calculate just how much money that will mean for them If you can add a steady source of income that s good for business Farmers understand that the ones that have wind turbines or solar panels on their property Having a steady income helps to smooth some of the financial bumps It s the same thing for businesses Hsu said one of the concerns he hears from some companies is they are interested but say renewable energy it s not my core business I want to worry about my core business only We let them know that there are other companies who would be willing to rent your rooftop to install solar panels They pay you rent SWITCH was incorporated in

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  • OSEA: Exchange - The people of Ontario are building sustainable energy projects on their own
    of Ontario residents who are fed up with the lack of action are attending the 1st Annual OSEA Community Power Conference which started yesterday and runs today Nov 15 16 2009 They re there to learn how they can produce clean green energy in their communities and take advantage of the first feed in tariff in North America that will make Ontario the most innovative renewable energy leader There is much excitement in the province of Ontario with the 2009 Green Energy and Green Economy Act and the recent provincial funding announced by Minister Smitherman in Sept 2009 There are opportunities for individual homeowners to corporations farmers and First Nations to become generators of green clean energy Former Energy and Infrastructure Minister George Smitherman who championed the Green Energy and Green Economy Act will provide the keynote address on Monday November 16th This is a chance for players in the sustainable energy and community power sectors to come together exchange knowledge and share best practices remarked Kristopher Stevens Executive Director of OSEA It s a unique opportunity and one that will definitely change the landscape of Ontario for the best The goal of the conference with the conference host the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association OSEA is to build community networks and local energy solutions that will lead to Ontario s 100 sustainable energy future While the focus has been on the vocal minority who oppose renewables especially wind turbines those attending will learn from local and international speakers from Germany Spain UK and USA who will share their successes in sustainable energy projects The David Suzuki Foundation states that renewable technologies represent safe energy choices which help protect human health and ecosystems provide economic and energy security are easy to put in place and create more jobs than fossil based

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