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  • OSEA: TheStar.com - Smart grid reduces carbon footprint and drives economic growth
    Renewable Energy articles publications Sustainable Energy OSEA Archives Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates Related News News Updates Related News TheStar com Smart grid reduces carbon footprint and drives economic growth A smart grid can do much more than manage energy demand it allows renewable power to play a much larger role in the electricity mix and through rapid integration of power

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  • OSEA: Green Energy Act - Ontario to Invest in Smart Electricity Grid - Proposal would better accommodate renewable power
    OSEA Archives Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates Related News News Updates Related News Green Energy Act Ontario to Invest in Smart Electricity Grid Proposal would better accommodate renewable power Ontario is planning to modernize its electricity transmission system to make it more reliable and more able to accommodate renewable power Premier Dalton McGuinty said today A new Green Energy Act to

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  • OSEA: TheGlobeAndMail.com - Will green energy 'explosion' clear way for new jobs?
    Updates Related News TheGlobeAndMail com Will green energy explosion clear way for new jobs The government is poised to introduce ambitious legislation that will profoundly shake up the province s electricity system by giving more scope for renewable sources of energy such as wind solar and biomass generation Environmentalists and others who are familiar with the discussions at the Ministry of Energy are excited that the Green Energy Act will

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  • OSEA: TheStar.com - Task force plugs hydro smart grid
    Sustainable Energy OSEA Archives Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates Related News News Updates Related News TheStar com Task force plugs hydro smart grid What we should be doing is moving rapidly and taking a real lead in terms of systems technology software all the way through the entire electricity system said McFadden who sat on the task force He said such

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  • OSEA: EmbassyMag.ca - Canada Absent as New Global Renewable Energy Group Founded
    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 Related News News Updates Related News EmbassyMag ca Canada Absent as New Global Renewable Energy Group Founded T he Harper government has been trying to convince Canadians over the past few weeks that it has turned over a new green leaf but Canada was nowhere to be seen last week when 126 countries gathered to found the International Renewable Energy Agency http embassymag ca page printpage renewable energy 2 4 2009 Last Updated Wednesday February 11 2009 at 7 26 03 AM Related Links EmbassyMag com Canada Snubs New Renewable Energy Agency http www embassymag ca page view canada snubs 12 10 2008 S ome fifty countries have signed up to join a new international organization aimed at spreading renewable energy technology around the world but for now at least Canada is sitting on the sidelines The decision not to join has left veteran diplomats mystified while environmentalists and opposition politicians say this is just one more example of the Conservative

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  • OSEA: Green Energy Creates Jobs - Proposed New Act Would Result in 50,000 New Jobs
    Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates Related News News Updates Related News Green Energy Creates Jobs Proposed New Act Would Result in 50 000 New Jobs Premier Dalton McGuinty says a proposed Green Energy Act would help lead to more than 50 000 new jobs over the next three years The Green Energy Act to be introduced in the Ontario legislature later this

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  • OSEA: TheStar.com - Province seeks 'green' czar
    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 Related News News Updates Related News TheStar com Province seeks green czar Wanted a tenacious bureaucrat skilled at cutting through bureaucracy who is willing to work within public sector processes without quitting in frustration Ontario s energy ministry is on the hunt for an assistant deputy minister whose prime duty will be to champion renewable energy and ensure projects don t get stuck in multiple layers of red tape The posting is the latest sign Energy and Infrastructure Minister George Smitherman is serious about expanding and speeding the deployment of renewable energy projects that will add more green power to Ontario s electricity mix http www thestar com Business article 578880 Comments Last Updated Monday February 02 2009 at 12 24 09 PM Related Links Assistant Deputy Minister Renewables and Energy Efficiency Ontario Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure http www rayberndtson ca index php id 399 L 4 tx llproxy pi1 5Brequest 5D maqtp5tiYNvImMnQ1aSpZtOY MEI is seeking an Assistant Deputy Minister to head a

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  • OSEA: MaRS blog - Here comes the sun…
    it profitable for homeowners farmers and commercial building owners to own and operate PV systems Here is a summary of how the EEG works A 1 2 per cent premium is added to all bills for electricity distributed by the utility companies This premium is collected and managed by the roughly 900 utility companies in Germany in a joint system The premium collected by the utilities funds the feed in tariffs for the various renewable energies For a residential PV system the current rate is EUR 0 43 C 0 70 per kwh delivered to the grid No government funding goes into the feed in tariff This rate is reviewed every four years as the cost level in the industry is expected to fall with increasing economies of scale As a result of last year s review the feed in tariff for 2009 was reduced by 9 5 per cent from EUR 0 48 Once a new PV system is connected to the grid the current rate is guaranteed for 20 years in a contract between the producer and the utility company This guarantee reduces the risk of investing in a PV system and makes it possible to obtain long term financing for the investment The EEG gives the producer an explicit right to connect his system to the grid as long as the system is eligible within the defined technical standards Likewise the EEG stipulates an obligation for the utility company to connect the system The producer sells all solar energy produced directly to the utility company no net metering The utility company must sell all the renewable energy produced before offering any conventional energy to the marketplace This point guarantees that all the renewable energy produced will have a buyer It also means that any new renewable energy

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