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Ontario kicks off Long-Term Energy Plan review
Government of Ontario
Ontario is launching a review of the Long-Term Energy Plan, which will include province-wide consultations on a variety of topics including the province's mix of energy sources such as wind, solar and nuclear, and conservation. The general public, industry stakeholders, Aboriginal leaders, and municipal representatives are all invited to provide their advice on Ontario's long-term energy needs and how to meet them.
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The path to public support for Ontario's power plans
MOWAT
For decades Ontario has struggled to gain public support for some aspects of electricity policies and plans. Too often, longer-term plans are battered by short-term controversies. These controversies, experienced by successive governments, arise from shortcomings in Ontario's planning process, most notably a lack of clarity around the role of the public.
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Despite policy blunders, Ontario can't afford to miss out on clean energy
Ottawa Citizen
A low-carbon, green energy economy can be an engine of growth for decades to come. And I want America to build that engine. I want America to build that future right here in the United States of America. President Barack Obama, Washington. When Obama uttered those words in a speech, he added another telling observation:
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Guelph Hydro publishes annual sustainability report
Guelph Hydro
Environmental, social and economic performance delivers benefits to customers and the community Guelph Hydro is proud to announce the release of its first annual sustainability report which summarizes the company's performance in 2010 and outlines the organization's efforts to balance environmental stewardship, social responsibility and economic success to benefit all stakeholders.
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Mississauga gets $175,000 grant to develop plan for waterfront
Mississauga.com
The City of Mississauga has received a grant of $175,000 to be used to plan the redevelopment of the old Lakeview Generating Station site. The Green Municipal Fund grant was announced by Joe Oliver, Canada's Minister of Natural Resources, and Federation of Canadian Municipalities president Claude Dauphin.
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Massive storm has energy experts questioning whether Ontario should revisit energy infrastructure
The Globe and Mail
After massive power outages caused by flooding in Toronto, energy experts are questioning whether it's time Ontario revisits the design of its energy infrastructure to better withstand extreme weather conditions. "As we saw a few weeks ago in Calgary, these phenomenons are happening more and more because of environmental changes," said Reza Iravani.
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Canada's Kruger Energy partners with developers of Hawaiian small hydro project
Hydro World
Canadian power company Kruger Energy has partnered with Pacific Light and Power and Orenco Hydropower to develop the 8.6-MW Puu Lua small hydropower project. Based in Montreal, Kruger Energy was selected due to the company's ability to provide additional financing as well as its past experience in developing hydroelectric plants.
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Longyuan secures approval for Canadian wind farm
Wind Power
Longyuan said it would start construction with the aim of bringing the project online in the first quarter of 2014. The project is set to use 31 of GE's 1.6-100 machines and 18 of its 2.75-103 model. They will be shipped to the site in 2013, with commercial operation expected in 2014.
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Despite policy blunders, Ontario can't afford to miss out on clean energy
Ottawa Citizen
A low-carbon, green energy economy can be an engine of growth for decades to come.

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Statement from Minister of Energy regarding greater Toronto area Storms
Government of Ontario
Bob Chiarelli, Minister of Energy, released the following statement regarding the greater Toronto-area storms:

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Competition in greater Toronto area helps drive demand for energy efficient homes and upgrades
Toronto Star
Homeowners have become more aware and educated about saving energy. Whether it's driven by comfort or by cost-saving, it's also good for the environment.

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Canada represents loads of smart grid potential
Renew Grid
Canada's smart grid technology market is projected to reach $6.94 billion by 2020, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 17 per cent from 2012, finds a new report from Zpryme. The report says the electricity sector in Canada is expected to invest $293.8 billion from 2010 to 2030 to accommodate a changing generation mix and changing market requirements, as well as to replace or update aging assets.
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NEMA smart grid interoperability standard receives ANSI approval
National Electrical Manufactuers Association
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) received approval from the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) for ANSI/NEMA SG‑IC 1-2013 Smart Grid Interoperable and Conformant Testing and Certification Scheme Operator Guidelines. NEMA has led the effort to develop SG-IC 1, a standard that describes the roles and responsibilities for each of the four main participants in the testing scheme for interoperability and security among Smart Grid products.
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