Sudbury green group wants $1-million solar farmSUN Co-operative, a Sudbury
not-for-profit organization, has made progress over the winter months
toward the construction of a $1-million solar farm on Vale-owned mine
property.Bob Jeffery, vice-president of the SUN
Co-operative board, said the group has made an application with the
Ontario Power Authority’s (OPA) Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) program, which
offers small green power generators a chance to sell power to the
provincial grid at a guaranteed rate.“We're waiting for what they call a
Jamie Draves didn’t set out to become
a quinoa producer. But after a health scare eight years ago, he’s
become a believer in the nutritional benefits of the plant, and is
now working to commercialize a growth and production operation in
Northern Ontario through his company, Katan Kitchens.In 20...
“Investing with operators to build
great Canadian farms.”For the last two years, that guiding
creed has led Area One Farms to secure agricultural investments with
producers in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario, and now the
North has entered onto its radar.The investment fund, which is...
Persistent lobbying by municipality and business leaders has paid off as the Northern Industrial Energy (NIER) program has been made a permanent fixture.The provincial government announced April 7 that the program will be funded at $120 million annually.NIER reimburses large power consumers, specif...
Northland Power announced it has won a global adjustment case against the Ontario Electricity Financial Corporation (OEFC).The Toronto-headquartered independent power producer announced that the Ontario Superior Court of Justice has ruled in its favour in relation to its dispute with the OEFC.North...