Ontario signs green energy deal with Samsung team

Canwest News Service | Thursday, January 21, 2010

Toronto — Ontario has signed a multibillion-dollar deal with a South Korean consortium, which includes Samsung, to develop green energy in the province.

The group, which also includes the Korea Electric Power Corp., will set up production facilities to manufacture wind turbines and other renewable energy equipment, and it will also develop large swaths of wind and solar farms.

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