IESO Feed In Tariff

IESO FEED IN TARRIF

 

IESO FEED IN TARRIF FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY

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Ontario’s Green Energy and Economy Act encouraged the development of a new provincial renewable energy system manufacturing sector as well as the rapid deployment of a wide variety of new “Green” renewable energy installations of all sizes across the province. Most of the projects involved either solar photovoltaic (PV) or wind turbine technologies. The IESO Feed-In-Tariff provides building and facility owner a guaranteed 25 year payment for the renewable energy which they produce at very favourable rates. The following are reneable energy technologies that can apply for IESO Feed-In-Tariffs:

Solar Shingles Canada Photovoltaic Roofing Systems

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Canadian designed and fabricated Solar Shingle Canada Photovoltaic (PV) Roofing Systems are an innovative Building Integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) technology which transforms an entire roof, or any desired portion of a roof, into a power generating source. Unlike conventional solar panels, solar shingles do not require either an expensive solar panel racking system or an underlay of traditional asphalt roof shingles. Instead, the solar shingles become the new roof, providing a 25 year long maintenance free, highly durable and very attractive combined roofing and power generation solution.

Effect EnerCube Micro-Wind Turbine Systems

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Canadian designed and built Effect EnerCube Micro Wind Turbines are rapid deployment micro-wind turbine systems designed for both on-grid and remote off-grid locations. When installed in an on-grid facility, the Effect EnerCube Wind Turbine qualities for generous IESO Feed-In-Tariff rates.

 

Elspec Power Quality Remediation

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Elspec Power Quality Remediation Systems are used to “clean up and stabilize” the power generated by wind turbines which are one of the key power generating technologies funded by the OPA Feed in Tariff.  Power quality remediation is often required for wind turbines to enable them to meet the stringent power grid connection standards required by Hydro One Network. These standards have been created to prevent a multitude of wind turbines from destabilizing the province’s power grid.