Ontario’s Long Term Energy Plan 2017 Affirms Future for Waterpower

LTEP Released by Ministry of Energy (October 26, 2017 – Toronto) As referenced by the Honourable Glenn Thibeault, Minister of Energy, during his opening keynote address at the Power of Water Canada Conference this week, waterpower will play an integral role in meeting Ontario’s current and future energy needs. At the POWC conference, the Minister […]

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Waterpower Confirmed as Key to Ontario’s Electricity Future

Minister Glenn Thibeault Opens 2017 Power of Water Canada Conference (October 24, 2017 – Niagara) The Ontario Waterpower Association’s (OWA) 17th annual Power of Water Canada conference and tradeshow, being held this week in Niagara-on-the-Lake, is now underway. Once again the conference is the largest gathering of the hydroelectric sector in Canada. This year’s opening […]

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OWA 2017 Fall Newsletter RENEW

October 12, 2017 Welcome to RENEW, a quarterly publication of the Ontario Waterpower Association. With the next provincial election now less than a year away, electricity policies and politics will come into sharper focus. This issue celebrates yet another successful industry/First Nation partnership in the commissioning of the Peter Sutherland Sr. facility in northeastern Ontario. It […]

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OWA Updates Ontario’s Waterpower Inventories

    Assessments Undertaken for Remote Communities and MNRF Dams (October 2, 2017 – Toronto) The Ontario Waterpower Association (OWA) is pleased to announce the completion of two initiatives designed to improve the analysis and assessment of waterpower potential in Ontario.  The first, undertaken by Hatch Ltd, updates the “Northern Hydro Assessment”, prepared for the […]

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