Turbines for Kincardine and Sarnia to be made at Tillsonburg blade plant.
Plans to export production methods to its plants globally
The $50 million project has the capacity to power 1,700 homes in Ontario.
Targeting 6 million vehicles, fuel cell vehicle in 2015.
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.
North Bay business owner says Ontario’s energy policies driving companies out of business.
The Windstream Wolfe Island Shoals offshore wind project comes closer to fruition with new wind turbine agreement
OSM Solar Corp. is combining its assets with Solarform Canada Ltd. to create a strategic partnership called OSM Solarform Corp. that will build poly and mono crystalline solar modules for the North American market.
Development continues on Ontario’s renewable energy front with the commissioning of a Canadian Solarform Inc. solar plant and the activation of a rooftop installation by SunEdison and GE Capital under the feed-in tariff (FIT) program.
Hudak’s election rhetoric creating uncertainty in Ontario’s manufacturing sector
The Town of Newmarket, Ont. and SunEdison www.sunedison.ca are teaming up to deploy four municipal rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) projects.
Job announcement falls under FIT incentives
The US-based Mesa Power Group LLC is taking legal action against the Canadian government for what it claims to be violations of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) as it pursued 565 megawatts of wind energy projects in western Ontario.
Day4 Energy Inc. is supplying technology and equipment to a Dutch manufacturer of solar modules that is upgrading its 25 megawatt production facility in Kerkrade.