Smart grid needed for green power

The province’s power authority has agreed to buy electricity from 262 newly built or proposed renewable energy projects that together will add more than 1,000 megawatts of capacity to the Ontario grid.

A lion’s share of this energy will come from wind and solar farms taking part in the province’s standard offer program, which pays a premium for electricity that comes from renewable projects up to 10 megawatts in size.

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