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TD
Sub
Pass
Method
Rnd
Time
Replay
WINChan Sung Jung
Dustin Poirier
74
56
4
0
3
0
3
1
R4
Submission 4 of 5 00:01:07 --
WINAmir Sadollah
Jorge Lopez
36
32
1
4
1
0
0
2
R3
Decision - Split 3 of 3 00:05:00 --
WINDonald Cerrone
Jeremy Stephens
87
46
1
0
0
0
0


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It's all about how much. Apparently, Ontario's bill are expected to rise about $700/year within the next four years.

Britain has a pretty aggressive green energy policy and its citizens are rebelling against high prices.
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Participating in microFIT
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The microFIT Program is flexible and offers different participation opportunities. Learn more about your options and how you can get involved in the program.

Benefits of the microFIT Program

Get paid for the power you produce while contributing to the development of renewable energy in Ontario.

How to get involved

Learn about the different participation opportunities such as owning or leasing your project, or developing a project in your community.

microFIT program overview

Click here for a simplified description of the microFIT Program application and contracting processes.

What you should know

There are many different factors you should consider before starting your microFIT project. For example, what should you ask your installer, local distribution company and others? Also learn about other approvals your microFIT project may require.

Program partners

This section describes the key program partners in the microFIT Program.

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Participating in microFIT
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The microFIT Program is flexible and offers different participation opportunities. Learn more about your options and how you can get involved in the program.

Benefits of the microFIT Program

Get paid for the power you produce while contributing to the development of renewable energy in Ontario.

How to get involved

Learn about the different participation opportunities such as owning or leasing your project, or developing a project in your community.

microFIT program overview

Click here for a simplified description of the microFIT Program application and contracting processes.

What you should know

There are many different factors you should consider before starting your microFIT project. For example, what should you ask your installer, local distribution company and others? Also learn about other approvals your microFIT project may require.

Program partners

This section describes the key program partners in the microFIT Program.

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How to get involved
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The OPA has designed the microFIT Program to allow for the development of micro-scale projects through a range of participation opportunities.

Each participation arrangement has different benefits and different risks that you should consider before proceeding with your project.

These are the different participation opportunities from which you can choose.

Owning your project
Purchase and install your own microFIT project.

Leasing your roof
Allow a developer to install and own a microFIT project on your property.

Leasing equipment
Lease the equipment and install your own microFIT project.

Projects in your neighbourhood
Join a community of people in your neighbourhood to build and install a microFIT project that is collectively owned.

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microFIT program overview
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If you are developing a small renewable energy project, the microFIT Program provides a streamlined way for you to connect your project and receive payment for the electricity you produce and send to the province’s electricity distribution system (i.e., "the grid").

Projects eligible for the microFIT Program will receive:

a long-term contract for the payment of electricity produced from the renewable energy project
a fixed price for the full term of the contract.
Once you've selected your renewable energy technology and developed a project plan, signing up for the microFIT Program is straightforward.

Click on the links below to learn about the key steps in the microFIT Program.

Step 1: Submit an application and receive conditional offer

Register to create your own "My microFIT home page" and submit an application for your renewable energy project.

Step 2: Build and connect your project
Find out how to work with your local distribution company to get your project connected to the grid.

Step 3: Accept your contract
Once your project is connected to the grid, the OPA will send you a microFIT contract offer. You will need to log in to your "My microFIT home page" to accept your microFIT contract.

For an overview of the microFIT program, click here.

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What you should know
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It’s important to be aware of your responsibilities as a participant in this program. These include:

researching available products and offers to find the best renewable energy system for you
purchasing and installing your renewable energy system
meeting all applicable safety standards, including arranging for and paying for inspection of your project by the Electrical Safety Authority
obtaining permitting and other approvals, including municipal building permits if required
working with your local electricity distribution company to connect your project to the electricity grid and paying for all connection-related costs
entering into a long-term contract with the Ontario Power Authority
paying your local electricity distribution company for account charges and metering fees
paying for any associated insurance costs, as well as professional fees for legal and tax advice
meeting the domestic content rules set by the Ontario Government.
The OPA has developed a checklist of common questions that you can use when you are developing your microFIT project. These questions will help you to make informed decisions BEFORE you invest in your microFIT project.

Questions to ask your installer

Questions to ask your local distribution company

Approvals and permits

Tax considerations

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Program partners
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Successful implementation of the Green Energy Act and the FIT Program requires a number of changes across the energy sector to bring renewable energy into service quickly and efficiently.

The Ontario Energy Board, the Independent Electricity System Operator, transmitters, local electricity distribution companies and the government are all working together with the OPA to bring about these changes.

Ontario Ministry of Energy

The Ontario Ministry of Energy is responsible for establishing government energy policy in the province.

Ontario Power Authority

The Ontario Power Authority is responsible for designing and implementing the FIT and microFIT programs.

Ontario Energy Board

The Ontario Energy Board regulates the natural gas and electricity sectors in Ontario and protects the interests of consumers with respect to prices and service.

Independent Electricity System Operator

The Independent Electricity System Operator and transmitters work together to ensure energy is connected and transmitted reliably and safely across the province.

Local distribution companies

Local distribution companies are responsible for connecting both FIT and microFIT projects to the distribution system.

Electrical Safety Authority

The Electrical Safety Authority will inspect FIT and microFIT project installations and verify their nameplate capacity.

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Renewable energy
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Click on the links below to view quick fact tables for each renewable technology type, including links to industry associations.




Solar photovoltaic

Ontario is the first province to actively support the development of solar electricity generation by contracting with projects using photovoltaic (PV) panels.


Wind

Wind energy promises to provide a significant component of Ontario's electricity supply for decades to come.


Waterpower


As one of the cleanest sources of electricity, Ontario's waterways provide many opportunities for renewable energy projects.


Bioenergy

Technologies now exist to use bioenergy to contribute to Ontario’s energy targets – while reducing our dependence on non-renewable fuels.

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microFIT pricing
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Once you have entered into a microFIT contract, you will be guaranteed a fixed price for the electricity you produce. The prices are designed to cover typical capital and operating costs and to provide a reasonable return on the investment over the term of the contract.

Prices for Renewable Energy Projects that are 10 kW or less

Revised August 13, 2010

Renewable Technology

Price

Contract Term

Escalation Percentage

Solar PV







Rooftop

80.2 ¢/kWh

20 years

0%

Ground-mounted

64.2 ¢/kWh

20 years

0%

Wind

13.5 ¢/kWh

20 years

20%

Waterpower

13.1 ¢/kWh

40 years

20%

Biomass

13.8 ¢/kWh

20 years

20%

Biogas

16.0 ¢/kWh

20 years

20%

Landfill gas

11.1 ¢/kWh

20 years

20%

The prices presented above are extracted from the FIT price schedule. Note that the OPA will review the FIT price schedule on a regular basis (approximately every two years).

For technologies other than solar PV, 20 percent of the price will escalate annually based on increases in the Consumer Price Index.

Please note that if you intend to apply for the on-farm biogas price, the community price adder or the aboriginal price adder, you must apply to the FIT Program, regardless of the size of your project. Also, waterpower projects and bioenergy projects under the microFIT program will not receive peak and off-peak pricing.

Please refer to Contract payments for details on how your contract price is set and how contract payments are made.


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