Business in the Canadian Context: Ontario’s Green Energy Act

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Business in the Canadian Context: Ontario’s Green Energy Act
Question 1
A. The Ontario Green Energy Act, passed in May 2009, includes a number of measures to expand the use of renewable energy in Ontario. The Green Energy Act includes:
a pricing system for renewable energy;
a streamlined approvals process to provide service guarantees for renewable energy projects;
a right for renewable energy projects to connect to the electricity grid;
province-wide standards for renewable energy projects;
support for local communities, First Nations, Metis communities and municipalities to create renewable energy projects;
implements a smart power grid in Ontario;
makes energy efficiency a key purpose of the Ontario Building Code;
requires the...
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