With coal plants now shuttered, OPG moves to embrace solar power


www.corporateknights.com| Posted May 20, 2015

By Tyler Hamilton

or the first time in its history Ontario Power Generation is preparing bids as part of the province’s next round of competitive procurement for renewable energy. And in another first, its foray into the world of competitive bidding will start with three solar power projects totaling up to 120 megawatts, Corporate Knights has learned.

Ironically, OPG is proposing to build two of those projects on the sites of coal-fired power plants… read more>


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