The Ontario Clean Technology Alliance announces plans for a $600 million wind project in southern Ontario.
Ontario’s Feed-in Tariff (FIT) program was updated today with a new emphasis on energy storage and investment in smartening up the province’s grid.
How will the Feed-in-Tariff review shape Green Energy 2.0 in Ontario?
Last year, Ontario installed 168 megawatts of solar photovoltaic capacity, surpassing New Jersey as the second leading North American jurisdiction for new solar projects during 2010.
With over 80 percent of Canadians now living in cities, it’s time to explore how urban residents can be part of a smooth transition to renewable energy.
Whitby, ON — The Green Energy Act Alliance, a diverse coalition of Ontario groups committed to furthering green power, celebrated today as the McGuinty government announced nearly 2,500 megawatts (MW) of new renewable energy projects. The news was the latest in a series of announcements related to the new feed-in-tariff program (FIT), which guarantees a…