Ontario Power Authority.

FIT rules

'Dec. 2010.' -- Cover. Subject(s): Renewable energy sources - Ontario, Green technology - Ontario, Energy conservation - Ontario. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Feb. 15, 2011.

Impact evaluation of Ontario's time-of-use rates

Includes bibliographical references. 'This report presents the findings from the first year that customers were on TOU rates. The analysis was carried out using data for four LDCs: LDC#1, LDC#2, LDC#3, and LDC#4 which collectively represent roughly half of the provincial population and 47 percent of the provincial electricity usage delivered by Ontario LDCs. These LDCs were selected based on their previous experience with TOU pilots, size and geographic location'--Executive summary.

Implementing the planning & siting recommendations

Accompanied by letter to Bob Chiarelli, Minister of Energy from Colin Andersen, Chief Executive Officer, OPA and Bruce Campbell, President and Chief Executive Officer, IESO. An update on the implementation of the recommendations for an enhanced integrated regional energy planning process for engaging local communities in Ontario's electricity planning continuum submitted in August 2013. Subject(s): Energy development - Ontario - Planning., Energy policy - Ontario., Regional planning - Ontario., Infrastructure (Economics) - Ontario - Planning.

Implementing the planning & siting recommendations. Letter.

Accompanied by letter to Bob Chiarelli, Minister of Energy from Colin Andersen, Chief Executive Officer, OPA and Bruce Campbell, President and Chief Executive Officer, IESO. An update on the implementation of the recommendations for an enhanced integrated regional energy planning process for engaging local communities in Ontario's electricity planning continuum submitted in August 2013. Subject(s): Energy development - Ontario - Planning., Energy policy - Ontario., Regional planning - Ontario., Infrastructure (Economics) - Ontario - Planning.

Interim program rules

'The OPA is pleased to announce the launch of the Interim Municipal and Public Sector Energy Partnerships Program (MPSEPP). Funding under the Interim MPSEPP Program includes independent legal, technical and financial costs associated with developing and instituting the organizational structure that will own the Project and/or the costs associated with due diligence to assess whether the Applicant should enter into a business partnership with a Project partner ...

Large renewable procurement

'This document outlines some of the preliminary concepts and requirements that may be included in the LRP I RFP'--OPA website. Subject(s): Renewable energy sources - Government policy - Ontario., Energy development - Ontario - Planning., Energy policy - Ontario., Regional planning - Ontario., Infrastructure (Economics) - Ontario - Planning. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: July 16, 2014.

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