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Recent Releases from Ontario Power Authority

OPA, ENERGY MINISTER TO UNVEIL NEXT STEPS FOR FEED-IN TARIFF

Published Wed, 11 Mar 2009 14:26:46 EST Read More

Media Advisory For Immediate Release OPA, ENERGY MINISTER TO UNVEIL NEXT STEPS FOR FEED-IN TARIFF George Smitherman, Deputy Premier and Minister of Energy and Infrastructure, and Colin Andersen, CEO, Ontario Power Authority, will discuss details of the proposed feed-in tariff program for renewable energy projects contemplated under the Green Energy Act. When: Thursday, March 12, 2009 Time: 1:15 p.m. Where: Ontario Power Authority, 1...... Click here to read this release



Province-wide distribution of 25,000 energy efficiency kits to Ontario First Nations households nears completion

Published Mon, 10 Dec 2007 11:11:48 EST Read More

Six Nations Territory Energy Efficiency Kit distribution guaranteed by involvement of Gil & Essie Martin's Walk with Me for Diabetes program (Oshweken, Ontario, December 10, 2007) This summer and fall an army of students and volunteers fanned out across Ontario First Nations communities to deliver Mana-cha-toon Wash-ti-ni-gun or Conserve the Light (CTL) energy efficiency kits. The Conserve the Light project has delivered energy conservation kits to almost all of the 25,000 ...... Click here to read this release



Remote Ontario First Nation Communities get first Energy Conservation Kits

Published Fri, 7 Sep 2007 09:27:42 EST Read More

Media Release – For Immediate Release – Photos Available (Thunder Bay, September 7, 2007) The delivery phase of “Mana-cha-toon Wash-ti-ni-gun,” or the “Conserve the Light” project, began this morning at Thunder Bay Airport. A Wasaya Airways plane was loaded with Energy Conservation Kits (ECK) prepared for delivery to remote First Nation communities without road access. This initiative is part of the Provincial Energy Efficiency & Conservation Measures for Aboriginal Communit...... Click here to read this release



Provincial Aboriginal Energy Conservation Program Launched in Thunder Bay

Published Tue, 8 May 2007 10:23:18 EST Read More

Media Release - For Immediate Release - Photos Available (Thunder Bay, May 8, 2007) First Nations delegates from across Ontario came together today in Thunder Bay for a two-day Mana-cha-toon Wash-ti-ni-gun (Conserve the Light) Gathering. The Gathering is both a platform for education about electricity conservation in First Nations communities and the launch of a province-wide electricity conservation program for Ontario's aboriginal communities. The Provincial Energy Efficiency & Conser...... Click here to read this release