Waterpower is Ontario’s most reliable renewable energy source and has been the backbone of the province’s electricity supply for over a century. The OWA represents the common and collective interests of this foundational industry.
The annual Power of Water Canada Conference and Tradeshow offers tremendous networking activities that provide exhibitors with the opportunity to make connections and build alliances with hydroelectric professionals, Indigenous Communities, and provincial and federal government representatives.Learn More or Register
Peterborough Utilities Inc. (PUI) is proposing the development of the Dam 24 Hydro Project on the Otonabee River in the Township of Selwyn, Ontario. Peterborough Utilities Hydro 24 LP (PUH) is a limited partnership with PUI and the Curve Lake Economic Development Corporation. The project is located on the Trent Severn Waterway primarily on Federal […]
Wasauksing First Nation: as part of ongoing commitment to build their relationship, Lakeland Holding Ltd. (Lakeland) and Wasauksing First Nation (WFN) have developed and signed an important Mutual Benefits Agreement. “We are pleased to continue to develop our relationship with Lakeland and the signing of the Mutual Benefits Agreement is a […]
This year marks the eighth anniversary of the OWA’s Year in Review publication. This publication reviews the key events, policy changes and initiatives the OWA has been working on over the past year on behalf of its members. 2017 was a great year and features articles on; Redefining Sustainable Power Generation, Market Based Procurement, the […]
Official Grand Opening in the Summer of 2018 NEWS Nov 29, 2017 by Stephannie Johnson Parry Sound North Star PARRY SOUND — The Cascade Street Generating Station is up and running. Aside from a few minor items to complete including its testing phase, the facility is ready to produce electricity. Fully computerized, the $17.5 million station can be controlled […]
November 22, 2017
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