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TransCanada takes possession of first Ontario solar power facility
The Globe and Mail
TransCanada has taken possession of the first of nine Ontario solar power facilities, part of a $470 million transaction it signed in 2011 that expands the company's renewable energy portfolio as it also seeks to ship oil sands-derived crude by pipeline. TransCanada said it expects the remaining projects, which are being constructed by Canadian Solar in southern Ontario as well as the New Liskeard area, will start up over the next year-and-a-half. The first is coming on line about six months after its initial target.
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Ontario gets 2 nuclear-energy options
The Globe and Mail
Two nuclear companies are submitting competing bids to sell Ontario two reactors as the province struggles to decide how best to provide cheap, clean, reliable power over the next 20 years. Two nuclear companies are submitting competing bids to sell Ontario two reactors as the province struggles to decide how best to provide cheap, clean, reliable power over the next 20 years.
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Canadian solar announces 91MW exclusive module supply agreement in Thailand
Digital Journal
Canadian Solar, one of the world's largest solar power companies, announced that it has been awarded an exclusive module supply agreement to provide photovoltaic modules totaling 91MW for Soleq Solar power plant projects in Thailand. "We chose to work with Canadian Solar because of their vast industry experience and track record delivering high quality modules to large scale solar power projects worldwide," said Adam Balin of Soleq.
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Ontario's energy scandal
Windsor Star
Watching former premier Dalton McGuinty try to weasel his way out of the gas plant scandal at an all-party legislative committee hearing is infuriating. Nobody can possibly believe him when he says he didn't know how much it would cost to cancel gas plants in Oakville, ON, and Mississauga, ON, in a blatant attempt to win votes for the Liberals. The price tag is about $600 million and rising.
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Samsung plans final green energy plant
Toronto Star
The last of four manufacturing plants promised under Samsung Renewable Energy's controversial green energy deal with Ontario will open in London, the company says. The announcement comes after the province announced it was scaling back the agreement, lopping off two of five planned phases, and slashing the amount of renewable energy that Samsung will develop.
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Doctors urge province to ramp-up renewable energy
Sarnia Observer
The Ontario government's recent announcement that it will add 900 megawatts of new renewable energy to the provincial grid is welcome news indeed. Projected to come on-line starting in 2014, the new electricity will be sufficient to power over 125,000 homes every year and create over 6,000 jobs. It shows Queen's Park is committed to building up renewables and is to be applauded.
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Submissions in for Canadian plant
World Nuclear News
The designs under consideration for Darlington are Candu Energy's Enhanced Candu 6 and Westinghouse's AP1000. The detailed submissions, commissioned by OPG, will now undergo a review by OPG and the Ontario ministries of energy, finance and infrastructure in a process OPG expects will take a number of months to complete.
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TransCanada takes possession of first Ontario solar power facility
The Globe and Mail
TransCanada Corp. has taken possession of the first of nine Ontario solar power facilities, part of a $470 million transaction it signed in 2011 that expands the company's renewable energy portfolio as it also seeks to ship oil sands-derived crude by pipeline.

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Prentice wants Lower Churchill power for Ontario
The Telegram
Everything is changing dramatically in the North American energy market, and Jim Prentice says that's why Newfoundland and Labrador needs to develop the Lower Churchill not just Muskrat Falls, but the larger Gull Island site as well. In a speech at the annual Noia conference.

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The new era of TransCanada Mainline tolls
APPrO Magazine
Following one of the most significant and complex hearings in the history of the Canadian gas industry, the long anticipated decision on TransCanada Mainline tolls was issued by the National Energy Board.

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Full-scale construction under way at 20 MW energy storage plant
Remew Grid
Beacon Power has announced the start of installations and full-scale construction of a 20 MW flywheel-based energy storage plant in Hazle Township, PA. The first 4 MW of energy storage is scheduled to enter commercial operation in the PJM Interconnection grid system in September, with the full 20 MW plant operational during the second quarter of 2014.
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Enel Green, 40South Energy prepare to deploy ocean power unit off Italian coast
Hydro World
Renewable energy company Enel Green Power and hydrokinetic developer 40South Energy have begun installing a 100 KW wave energy unit in the sea near Punta Righini in Italy. The unit, designed and built by 40South Energy, is called the R115 and could provide enough power for 80 homes, the group said.
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