Ontario, the Green Energy Act, and Feed-In-Tariffs

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There’s a piece of legislation trying to be passed in Canada called the Green Energy Act that would have a huge effect on Ontario’s position as a renewable energy producer. Namely, it would make it the largest producer of sustainable power in North America, and also create an estimated 50,000 jobs.Ontario Niagara Falls Renewable Energy

There’s a piece of legislation trying to be passed in Canada called the Green Energy Act that would have a huge effect on Ontario’s position as a renewable energy producer. Namely, it would make it the largest producer of sustainable power in North America, and also create an estimated 50,000 jobs. A Feed-In-Tariffs, or FIT program that goes along with the Green Energy Act would implement fixed prices for energy generated from wind, hydro-electric, solar, biogas, biomass, and landfill waste-to-energy. To learn more about this great program that will make green energy more accessible, visit Ontario’s Green Energy Act online.

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