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Company plans transmission line connecting Ontario energy to the U.S.
North American Wind Power
Lake Erie Power, an independent energy transmission developer, has announced plans to build an underwater high-voltage direct-current (HVDC) transmission project connecting Ontario to Pennsylvania. The company says the Lake Erie CleanPower Connector would help meet the growing demand for electricity in the state and the PJM grid.
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Guelph solar plant 'world class,' Ontario energy minister says
Guelph Mercury
The province's energy minister sung the praises of a local solar manufacturer following a tour Monday. "This is world class," Bob Chiarelli said after touring the manufacturing plant at Canadian Solar on Speedvale Avenue. "It's cutting edge and we're going to do everything we can to keep it going."
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Ontario paying for wind turbines to not produce electricity
Toronto Star
Ontario will start paying wind power generators not to produce electricity, but the government says the move will actually save ratepayers big bucks. Ontario has had a surplus of power since 2006, but until now, the province paid for all the electricity generated from industrial wind mills, even when it wasn't needed.
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Samsung, partner close financing for 150-MW Ontario wind project
Canadian Manufacturing
With its scheduled completion date about a year away, developers of a 150-megawatt wind energy site in southwestern Ontario say financing for the project is now complete. With work already underway on another massive wind energy project 200 kilometres to the west between London, ON, and Windsor, ON, project developers Samsung Renewable Energy and Pattern Energy Group are nearing construction of their Grand Renewable Wind (GRW) project in Haldimand County, ON, along the shores of Lake Erie.
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New solar projects proceeding
Northumberland Today
The next round of applications for (Feed-In Tariff) FIT projects will take place in early November and a price review for revenue from the alternative energy is set for January, according to a web post from the Ontario Power Authority — but this will not affect the Northumberland Community Power Co-operative's first three contracts.
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2013 Power of Water Canada Conference
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Canadian German Chamber of Industry and Commerce presents Smart Grids & Storage Series, 2nd edition
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Company plans transmission line connecting Ontario energy to the U.S.
North American Wind Power
Lake Erie Power, an independent energy transmission developer, has announced plans to build an underwater high-voltage direct-current (HVDC) transmission project connecting Ontario to Pennsylvania.

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The government wants to pay you for your energy
The Record
It's not often someone comes along and offers you money for nothing. Yet, that essentially is what the government of Ontario is doing with its microFIT program. You now have the opportunity to be paid for something you're probably not using anyway, your roof.

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Hydro One explores Oshawa hydro deal
Toronto Star
Oshawa Power and Utilities Commission has discussed selling its electric utility to Hydro One, says chief executive Atul Mahajan. But Mahajan said in an interview that many other possibilities are also on the table, including the status quo.

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Study: Quebec, Ontario as big economic winners from Energy East
Times Colonist
A study commissioned by TransCanada shows Ontario and Quebec among the biggest economic winners from construction of its proposed Energy East pipeline, though company CEO Russ Girling admits it will take more than rosy numbers to win public support for the $12 billion project.
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EDF EN Canada commissions 150 MW Lac-Alfred phase 2 wind project
Renew Grid
EDF EN Canada, a subsidiary of EDF Energies Nouvelles, has commissioned the 150 MW second phase of the Lac-Alfred Wind Project in Quebec. Hydro-Quebec will buy the project's output under 20-year power purchase agreements. Lac-Alfred represents one of the seven wind energy projects in total awarded to EDF Canada in 2008 and 2010 through Hydro-Quebec Distribution calls for tenders.
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