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The Week In Green Energy: The Money Is In China

China: The Green Dragon China is the “it” place these days when it comes to everything green. The country is more and more looking like a leader of the global renewable energy sector and less like the emerging contender. The Chinese market has …

Japan Takes On Ontarios Green Energy Act

Let the trade jousts begin! On Monday Japan filed a complaint with the Geneva-based World Trade Organization (WTO) against Canada, arguing that Ontario’s very popular Green Energy Act, and in particular, its Domestic Content Requirement (DCR) unfairly favors local firms.

Establishing A North American Clean Energy Beachhead

By Rodger Sadler, partner and Chi Cheung, associate, at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe in New York and David Pamenter,  a partner and cleantech practice coordinator at Gowling Lafleur Henderson in Toronto. The catastrophic Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico underscores …

Intersolar: Ontario’s Domestic Content Requirement Issue

What is an Ontario manufacturer? That’s one of the questions troubling a number of solar and renewable energy developers flocking to the province to take advantage of its generous feed-in tariff.

The Week In Green Energy: During Summer Doldrums Renewable Energy Funding Heats Up

The sweltering heat that has hammered the East Coast for the better part of the week did not dry up the renewable energy deal flow, as some developers managed to clinch crucial funding. And as is often the case these days — especially …

EDF Energies Nouvelles Launches Construction of 36 MW RESOP Solar Facilities

The Canadian unit of French renewable energy company  EDF Energies Nouvelles, has launched construction of three solar photovoltaic projects in in Rideau Lakes, Ont., with 36 megawatts in combined output.

The Week In Green Energy: The Tipping Point

Week of June 1 – to – June 4, 2010 The first week in June could well go down in history as the moment energy and climate legislation in the U.S. reached its tipping point. President Barack Obama, speaking at Carnegie-Mellon University in …

Ontario Green Energy Official: “The U.S. stimulus is probably our biggest competitor”

While Washington continues to debate whether man-made climate change even exists, Canada’s most populous province, has debated, passed and implemented the effective and investor-friendly Green Energy Act. But Ontario, like the rest of the world, is closely following the Obama administration’s push to anchor …

Ontario Green Energy Official: The U.S. stimulus is probably our biggest competitor

While Washington continues to debate whether man-made climate change even exists, Canada’s most populous province, has debated, passed and implemented the effective and investor-friendly Green Energy Act. But Ontario, like the rest of the world, is closely following the Obama administration’s push to anchor …

Siemens Considers Wind Plant in Ontario

Ontario's flower, the trillium, even looks like a windmill. Coincidence? Siemens Canada is looking at building a new wind turbine plant in Ontario, according to a report in Bloomberg. Siemens Canada Chief Executive Officer Roland Aurich said the company is considering multiple sites …