A survey of Ontario waterpower companies reveals $1.2 billion worth of investment plans in the next 5 years. Meanwhile a similar size investment is already underway in New York state.
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In a highly ambitious, fast moving and ground breaking initiative, the provincial grid operator and an Ontario power distributor are running a demonstration project that will enable Canada’s first local electricity market. The potential spin-offs are almost endless. The bidding starts soon.
Federal Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi announced a $2.2-million investment August 30 in Alberta’s rural distribution company EQUS for a smart grid project.
ATCO and Canadian Utilities Limited announced September 23 that seven Indigenous communities have entered into definitive agreements to purchase a combined 40 per cent equity ownership in Alberta PowerLine.
Western Farmers Electric Cooperative (WFEC) announced July 23 that it had entered into a power purchase agreement with a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources, LLC, for the largest combined wind, solar and energy storage project in the U.S.
At a groundbreaking ceremony August 19, Potentia Renewables's CEO Jeff Jenner announced plans for the 200-megawatt Golden South Wind Project located in Assiniboia, Saskatchewan.
Because views on climate action can be divergent, a new approach is needed to encourage more coordinated and consistent action.