25 Nov '11, 2pm

dmsolar- Ontario's solar industry to hold Town Hall Meeting on feed-in-tariff program ...: November 25, 2011 - T...

Ontario's FIT and microFIT program offers "performance-based incentives" (PBIs) to developers and property owners who build solar power plants that add clean, peak power to the province's electricity grid. As the only major PBI program in North America, the growth of the sector has overwhelmed the government's abilitiy to manage the program efficiently. The FIT Review will recalibrate the program to ensure its stability and growth. At the Town Hall Meeting, the Solar Network’s "FIT Review Coalition" will present key points from a preliminary draft of its “Blueprint for Ontario’s Solar PV Market” to be published one week later on Monday, December 5, in time for Solar Canada 2011 , the large industry event hosted by the Canadian Solar Industry Association (CanSIA). The coalition’s presentation will be followed by an open-mic format where stakeholders can respond to the propo...

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