2012 oct 15 osea at canwea community wind

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Presentation given to CANWEA and the Ministry of Economic Development and Innovation Oct 15 2012

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2012 oct 15 osea at canwea community wind

  1. 1. Ontario’s Green Energy and Economy ActPower and prosperity to the peopleKristopher Stevens  Executive DirectorOctober 15, 2012Close to$30 billion invested
  2. 2. Canadian Wind Energy Association, 2009 - http://www.canwea.caWind in 2009
  3. 3. Canadian Wind Energy Association, 2012 - http://www.canwea.caWind in 2012
  4. 4. Ontario’sLong-TermEnergyPlanFIGURE 5: BUILDING A CLEANER ELECTRICITY SYSTEMCoal FreeThe Ontario government is committed to improving the health of Ontarians andices andr baseloads superior toernment hascations toeliable.ntario’sc powerource ander centlity, theOntario’s evolving electricity pieOntario Ministry of Energy, 2011 – http://www.mei.gov.on.ca/en/
  5. 5. A change in scale and distributionPreben Maegaard, 2010 – Nordik Folecenter, Denmark
  6. 6. What’s possible?Paul Gipe, 2012 – http://www.wind-works.org
  7. 7. Smart Power Grid“Right toConnect”StreamlinedApprovalsFeed-in-tariffprogramPromotingConservation DomesticContentThe Green Energy and Economy Act& the Feed-in tariff programshttp://www.mei.gov.on.ca/en/energy/gea/http://www.greenenergyact.ca/http://fit.powerauthority.on.ca/
  8. 8. 8 FITs are fair, fixed and long termPhoto by K Stevens, 2009 – Exhibition Place, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  9. 9. Comparing Ontario’s optionsClean Air Alliance, 2011 – http://www.cleanairalliance.org/files/costcompare.pdf
  10. 10. FIT program progressOntario Power Authority, June 25, 2012 – http://fit.powerauthority.on.ca/
  11. 11. Community FIT projects Ontario Power Authority, June 25, 2012 – http://fit.powerauthority.on.ca/
  12. 12. Aboriginal FIT projects Ontario Power Authority, June 25, 2012 – http://fit.powerauthority.on.ca/
  13. 13. Ontario’sLong-TermEnergyPlangovernment is committed to improving the health of Ontarians andate change. Coal-fired plants have been the single largest sourceThreats and opportunitiesOntario Ministry of Energy, 2011 – http://www.mei.gov.on.ca/en/Year Capacityto replaceTWh to replace2015 881 MW 6.42 TWh2017 881 MW 6.42 TWh2019 881 MW 6.42 TWh2020 881 MW 6.42 TWhWind - $738,300,000 Nuke cheap - $12,198,000,000 + liability Nuke expensive - $23,754,000,000 + liability
  14. 14. Creating good jobs
  15. 15. Resilient communitiesand healthier environmentsKristopher Stevens, 2012, M’Chigeeng First Nation, Ontario
  16. 16. Help us build a Roadmap to 2020Ontario Sustainable Energy Association – http://www.ontario-sea.org
  17. 17. Join the rest of the sector in 2013!http://go.ontario-sea.org/ALL-ENERGYCANADA
  18. 18. Kristopher StevensExecutive Directorinfo@ontario-sea.org416-977-4441www.ontario-sea.orgKristopher Stevens, 2012 – M’Chigeeng First Nation, Ontario, Canada
  19. 19. EquityBarriersPolicy and regulatoryKnowledgeProject financingEntrenched interestsOur culture
  20. 20. Start small and build on your successhttp://tinyurl.com/d52cnkl
  21. 21. Ensure everyone will benefitInvestment + pooling/collaborative land leases

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