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OPA offers online information session on Feed-In Tariff Programs

Friday, September 25th 2009 4:40:11pm

Media Advisory
ATTENTION: Editors and Website Administrators

OPA offers online information session on Feed-In Tariff Programs

The Ontario Power Authority invites you to participate in a two-hour web-enabled teleconference during which we will provide you with a high-level overview of each of the Feed-In Tariff (FIT) and microFIT Programs, followed by a telephone question and answer period.  


What:

Web-based teleconference providing overview of FIT and microFIT Programs

When:

Tuesday, September 29, 2009
9:30am - 11:30am (Eastern Standard Time)


To listen to the presentation only:

Dial Toll Free Phone Number 1-866-212-9078

To watch and listen to the presentation, visit:

www.snwebcastcenter.com/event/?event_id=567

To ask a question at the end of the session:

Dial Toll Free Phone Number 1-866-212-9078

Questions will only be answered by phone and at the end of the session.


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For more information about the FIT and microFIT Programs, including final rules, visit:

www.powerauthority.on.ca/FIT.

For more information about the web-based teleconference, contact Alexandra Wiles at:

alexandra.wiles@powerauthority.on.ca or at 1-800-797-9604 x 6322.


The Ontario Power Authority (OPA) is working directly with First Nation and Métis communities on a range of initiatives, including long-term renewable energy development. The OPA is committed to ensuring that First Nation and Métis communities have access to the tools to participate in Ontario's growing renewable energy supply, in a manner that complements First Nation and Métis values and heritage.