By Hugo Rodrigues, Woodstock Sentinal Review
Proposed wind-farm projects north and south of the city are being delayed, as the proponent didn’t receive a contract from the Ontario Power Authority.
ProWind Canada Inc.’s Gunn’s Hill Road project in Norwich and its Innerkip-area project weren’t approved as part of the first round of Feed-in Tariff (FIT) contracts issued by the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) on April 8. The eastern Ontario company was awaiting these approvals to proceed with its mandated public meetings and move towards finalizing its applications for renewable energy projects under provincial legislation. Read entire article here