April 12, 2012 – Price Adders and Priority Make Local and Aboriginal Communities Partners of Choice for New Renewable Energy in Ontario

In our post dated March 22, 2012, First Review of Ontario’s Feed-in Tariff Program Slashes Cash for Wind and Solar we commented on Ontario’s review of the FIT.

In his presentation today at the AWMA Hamilton Breakfast Speaker Series, Paul Manning, Principal of Manning Environmental Law, argues that the Review may make local and Aboriginal communities the partners of choice for future renewable energy projects.

To view Paul’s presentation please click the following link: First Review of Ontario’s FIT: Price Adders and Priority for Local and Aboriginal Communities

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