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New Ontario rules to give residents a say on where power plants are built
The Globe and Mail
The Ontario government will draw up new rules to make sure local residents have a say in where future power plants and other energy infrastructure is built, in a bid to avoid a repeat of the costly cancellation of two gas plants before the 2011 election.
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New Ontario government strengthens energy planning
Ontario
The new Ontario government is improving how the province plans and builds large energy infrastructure projects going forward. To ensure that Ontario builds energy infrastructure in a process that respects communities, the government has asked two key agencies to develop a new regional energy planning process based on formal input from municipalities, communities and the energy sector.
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Ontario Power Group proposes new nuclear construction at Darlington
Nuclear Power
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission has issued a License to Prepare Site for Ontario Power Darlington station expansion. This is the first of a series of licenses required to prepare, construct, and operate new nuclear reactors and the first of its kind issued in Canada in over a quarter-century.
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Energy.Gov
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DOE announces funding opportunity for wave energy technology research
Hydro World
A new funding opportunity from the U.S. Department of Energy could help finance marine power technology and component development with as much as $13 million in funding awards. DOE said it will make up to 10 awards for use in "developing advanced controls, power systems, and device structures specifically for marine and hydrokinetic applications, which harness energy from waves, tides, or currents."
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Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
As part of the strengthened and modernized Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012 put in place to support the government's Responsible Resource Development Initiative, the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency must decide whether a federal environmental assessment is required for the proposed Prince Rupert LNG Project located in British Columbia.
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Stream 2 of the Industrial Electricity Incentive Program
Ontario Power Authority
Stream 2 of the Industrial Electricity Incentive Program through the OPA is for existing industrial consumers in Ontario that will expand their existing, or build a new, industrial facility. Applications are being accepted on April 9 with the application end date on June 10.
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Study will evaluate two Manitoba Hydro project proposals
Hydro World
The Manitoba government has announced the terms of reference that will be used to evaluate Manitoba Hydro's proposal to build two new hydropower projects in the province's northern region, HydroWorld.com has learned.
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Bloomberg: 70 per cent of new global energy through 2030 will be renewable
Hydro World
A study released recently by media syndicate Bloomberg shows renewable energy sources including large hydropower projects will account for between 69 per cent and 74 per cent of all power generation investments through 2030. Annual investment in new renewable power capacity is set to rise by anywhere from two-and-a-half times to four-and-a-half times by 2030, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
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Ontario goes coal-free in a decade
Energy Policy
By the end of 2013, one year ahead of its goal, the province of Ontario will be virtually first for a North American jurisdiction. How did the most populous part of Canada go from 25 per cent to 0 per cent coal-fired generation in just a decade, and what does this phaseout mean for the rest of the world?
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New Ontario rules to give residents a say on where power plants are built
The Globe and Mail
The Ontario government will draw up new rules to make sure local residents have a say in where future power plants and other energy infrastructure is built, in a bid to avoid a repeat of the costly cancellation of two gas plants before the 2011 election.

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University of British Columbia unveils smart grid energy storage system
Journal of Commerce
The University of British Columbia is deploying a smart grid energy storage system produced in conjunction with Vancouver-based Alpha Technologies and Corvus Energy.

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South Kent wind plans to break records
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Samsung Renewable Energy and Pattern Energy announced that they had secured financing for the 270 megawatt South Kent Wind facility, allowing the project to move forward into the construction phase.

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Megawatt-class power plant order from Hartford steam for installation at a hospital in Connecticut
Globe News Wire
FuelCell Energy announced the sale of a megawatt-class fuel cell power plant for installation at Hartford Hospital. Hartford Steam Company, owned by Energenic, purchased the fuel cell power plant and will sell the ultra-clean electricity and steam generated by the power plant to Hartford Hospital under a long term energy purchase agreement that will result in savings to the Hospital.
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Disruptive generation: Anxious utilities ponder the threats
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For several years, the electric utility industry has been fixated on one important facet of the so-called shale gas revolution displacement of coal and new nuclear, and even some renewable energy capacity, by gas-fired plants. But what about the potential for gas to displace grid-derived electricity altogether? Maybe distributed generation should just as well be called disruptive generation.
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