Made in Ontario Waterpower Poised to Expand Industry Calls for Hydro Strategy

For immediate release  Gearing up For Growth – Made in Ontario Waterpower Poised to Expand Industry Calls for Hydro Strategy at Power of Water Canada Conference   May 12, 2022 – Niagara – The Ontario Waterpower Association (OWA) today opened its annual conference and tradeshow with a resurgence of interest and excitement in building out […]

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New Opinion Polling Released at OWA’s Queen’s Park Day

  For immediate release   Ontarians Overwhelmingly Support Made in Ontario Waterpower New Opinion Polling Released at OWA’s Queen’s Park Day April 12, 2022 – Toronto – Today, the Ontario Waterpower Association (OWA) released the results of recent public opinion polling, conducted by Innovative Research Group, showing that across the province Ontarians strongly support waterpower. […]

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Ear to the River Survey Results

  The Ontario Waterpower Association was pleased to partner with the Hydropower Foundation and Kleinschmidt Associates in 2021 to create a new annual survey of the North American hydroelectric industry- Ear to the River. The survey is intended to help hydro owners understand what other owners are doing and thinking across North America – it […]

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Minister of Energy Directs Programs for Re-Contracting Existing Hydroelectric Facilities

Investment Climate for Made in Ontario Waterpower Improved (January 31, 2022 – Peterborough, Ontario) On Friday January 28, the Honourable Todd Smith, Minister of Energy, issued a Directive to the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) which, once implemented, can help boost investment across Ontario’s waterpower sector. The Directive specifically recognizes that hydroelectric facilities of all […]

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