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  • OSEA: CTV.ca - W-FIVE - Caution to the Wind
    OSEA Member News News Updates OSEA Member News CTV ca W FIVE Caution to the Wind Ontario Energy Minister George Smitherman is all smiles at the opening ceremony of the Melancthon EcoPower Centre near Orangeville With133 gleaming white turbines standing 80 meters tall and poised to generate enough energy for 52 000 homes this is the largest wind farm in Canada and a symbol of Ontario s commitment to green

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  • OSEA: Small but MIGHTY: The Biodiesel Co-op
    Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates OSEA Member News News Updates OSEA Member News Small but MIGHTY The Biodiesel Co op As large producers continue to struggle with high commodity prices and industry cut backs more and more small operations are turning up across the country In particular Canada is home to dozens of biodiesel co operatives from coast to coast The

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  • OSEA: CBC.ca - The Fifth Estate - The Gospel of Green
    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 CBC ca The Fifth Estate The Gospel of Green As the world confronts the reality of global warming and the inevitable end of oil the questions of what to do and how to sustain energy without oil or fossil fuels becomes more urgent Bob McKeown and a fifth estate team travel to Germany to meet Hermannn Scheer called Europe s Al Gore a parliamentarian who is leading the way to increase Germany s reliance on renewable energy sources such as wind power and solar power To date 15 of Germany s energy comes from renewable sources Scheer estimates that if Germany continues on this course by 2030 that will be 100 So if one of the world major industrialized nations can achieve this why can t a country like Canada The answer may lie in the fifth estate s investigation of the influence in this country of conventional energy industry on

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  • OSEA: OrangevilleBanner.com - Melancthon man proposes wind turbine co-op
    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 Melancthon man proposes wind turbine co op People living near wind turbines will receive a piece of the revenue pie if Melancthon s Bob Younker gets his way He s proposing the creation of a wind

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  • OSEA: RenewableEnergyWorld.com - Community Wind: Building a Democratic Industry in Canada
    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 RenewableEnergyWorld com Community Wind Building a Democratic Industry in Canada There is an ongoing movement in Canada to support more community wind projects and create a more distributed democratic energy economy We ll take a look

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  • OSEA: AlmaguinNews.com - South River hydro project secures 20-year contract
    Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates OSEA Member News News Updates OSEA Member News AlmaguinNews com South River hydro project secures 20 year contract It s taken nine years but the pieces are finally falling into place for the Village of South River to generate and sell clean sustainable hydroelectric power Planning began in 1999 to establish a new community owned generating station on the site that

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  • OSEA: RenewableEnergyWorld.com - The Importance of Net Metering and Interconnection Standards; Feed-in Tariffs Gaining Ground in North America
    Standards Feed in Tariffs Gaining Ground in North America The necessity of good net metering laws and interconnection standards can t be understated In order to grow the market for solar and other distributed forms of energy in the U S the appropriate laws must be in place to make installation easy and the investment cost effective Also in the podcast Author and Renewable Energy Analyst Paul Gipe updates us

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  • OSEA: Sustainable Energy Leaders Recognized with OSEA’s Powering Prosperity Award
    role of 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

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