Energy minister Chiarelli says legislation will comply with WTO ruling.
Energy minister Chiarelli says legislation will comply with WTO ruling
The $50 million project has the capacity to power 1,700 homes in Ontario.
The World Trade Organization will rule that the province’s feed-in-tariff system is discriminatory against foreign suppliers.
Renewable energy could cost Ontario electricity users an extra $18 billion over 20 years, according to a Fraser Institute report.
Premiums expected to fall by 20% for solar and 15% for wind.
Solar tech manufacturer MEMC will be making solar photovoltaic modules at its Newmarket, Ont. plant for Northland Power Inc.’s 130-megawatt Ontario project portfolio.
MEMC Singapore is partnering with Flextronics to produce solar photovoltaic panels and Sovello Canada says it will make solar modules, each of them doing so for the province’s burgeoning renewable energy market.