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  • OSEA: Costco Connection: Should we rely more on wind energy?
    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 Costco Connection Should we rely more on wind energy OSEA s manager of policy and communication Jane Story makes the argument

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  • OSEA: Reuters - Wind industry aims high
    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 Reuters Wind industry aims high The big thing is consistently having a clear signal to both investors as well as developers said Kristopher Stevens

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  • OSEA: Sarnia Observer: Farm lobby group pleased by solar rules
    in the dark if my only power can come from solar panels on farmland McCabe said The provincial government announced its Green Energy regulations recently including new restrictions on solar generating projects located on the top classes of farmland We very pleased the government found a balanced approach on this issue McCabe said Thursday the province said no new ground mounted solar projects above 100 kilowatts will be allowed on class one two or specialty crop areas Some projects up to 500 megawatts will be allowed on class three lands The regulations that have come out from the province I think are a very accurate reflection of where the OFA wants to be on this particular issue McCabe said He added the federation appreciates the fact the projects won t be located on prime agricultural land He noted Ontario s farmers only have access to 13 per cent of the private land in the province They don t want to lose any more prime agriculture land to solar projects The rooftops of houses commercial buildings schools and hospitals are a much better place to put them McCabe said He s been told there is the equivalent of 19 000 acres of commercial roof top in the Greater Toronto Area alone As a farmer I already have solar collectors McCabe said They re called plants I feed people with them I improve the soil with them I do a lot with them I do not need a solar panel except on my roof McCabe said he also welcomes the news that the province will expand its electrical transmission lines opening up areas of the province where less valuable farmland can be opened up for future solar projects Putting solar panels on prime farmland creates one time construction jobs but it prevents

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  • OSEA: Toronto Star - Province launches green energy program
    Program RESOP Search Home News Updates OSEA Member News News Updates OSEA Member News Toronto Star Province launches green energy program The Ontario government fired the starter s pistol today for thousands of homeowners farmers community cooperatives and energy developers eager to become generators of green power for the province Premier Dalton McGuinty formally launched the province s new feed in tariff FIT program through which electricity generated from the

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  • OSEA: Globe and Mail - New life blows into wind stocks
    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 Globe and Mail New life blows into wind stocks Kristopher Stevens executive director of the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association said Ontario has learned a lesson from European countries that have brought significant renewable power on line

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  • OSEA: Alternative Energy - Options to empower the small farm
    Program RESOP Search Home News Updates OSEA Member News News Updates OSEA Member News Alternative Energy Options to empower the small farm Attention farmers you might have an ace up your sleeve when it comes to alterative energy That ace is land a place to site wind turbines and solar panels and grow biomass crops Farmers have lots of it says Joe Botscheller as he talks about land being a

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  • OSEA: NorthernOntarioBusiness.com - Blind River investigates solar farm potential
    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 NorthernOntarioBusiness com Blind River investigates solar farm potential The uncertainty over Ontario s fledgling biomass economy has a northeastern Ontario community

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  • OSEA: OrangevilleBanner.com - Turbine co-op plan keeps turning
    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 OrangevilleBanner com Turbine co op plan keeps turning The province s gambling habits have boosted plans for an Amaranth wind turbine co op effort Orangeville and Dufferin Wind Corporation received

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