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Renewable Energy Good News Comes to Light After Hurricane Sandy
Solar System Backs Up Generator, Keeps Power On in Face of Sandy's Fury
When Sandy slammed into Bayonne, NJ, a one-of-a-kind solar electric system developed by Advanced Solar Products of Flemington, NJ helped keep the power on at Midtown Community School, where 50 to 75 residents of this historic Hudson Riverfront city spent the night sleeping on cots in the warm, dry and well-lit community room.
Hurricane Sandy Uncovers Strength and Simplicity of Renewable Energy Systems
Superstorm Sandy can't kill wind and solar.
Wind and solar are relatively safe forms of energy, a feature that we tend to overlook until a disaster hits like the "superstorm" that disabled New York City's power grid this week.
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A feed-in tariff or FIT is a straightforward way to contract for renewable energy generation. It provides standardized program rules, prices and contracts.
The program is divided into two streams - FIT and microFIT. The FIT Program is for renewable energy projects that can generate more than 10 kilowatts (kW) of electricity. Very small projects, at a home or small business, that can generate 10 kW or less come under the microFIT Program.
The FIT 2.0 rules were released. Click here for more information.
Ontario's feed-in tariff or FIT Program is North America's first comprehensive guaranteed pricing structure for renewable electricity production. It offers stable prices under long-term contracts for energy generated from renewable sources.
The FIT Program was enabled by the Green Energy and Green Economy Act, 2009 which was passed into law on May 14, 2009. The Ontario Power Authority is responsible for implementing the program.
By encouraging the development of renewable energy in Ontario, the FIT Program will:
For an overview of the FIT Program, please click here.
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WELLAND - Marty Starkman recalls standing in a "field of dreams" a year ago, breaking ground to build the $15.8-million sports complex.
And now, those dreams have come true.
"I think it was actually the other day, I walked into the building and said, 'Holy mackerel!'" recalls Starkman, from facility development company Sportstar Capital.
"When you see something like this grow over 12 months, you say, 'How did that happen?' It happens because there's a vision, and someone to share that vision."
Starkman is one of several representatives of businesses and organizations responsible for making the River Rd. recreation centre a reality. On this particular Wednesday, he speaks during an open house to provide a look at the nearly complete 11,150-square-metre facility slated to host its first soccer game on Wednesday, Nov. 7.
"If you want a really good view, stand up in that far corner and look across this way," John Durish says, gesturing to a corner of the balcony overlooking the artificial turf field below. "It's one hell of a good facility."
As manager of the Welland Indoor Soccer Club, Durish first pitched the idea of building a new sports complex at a city council meeting in April 2010. Now, Nustadia Recreation has hired Durish to manage that new facility.
"It's been a long road to get to this place," Durish tells a gathering of about 40 people.
He says the building has put the city ahead of the province when it comes to recreational facilities.
The first two key staff members at the facility are soccer director Marco Mascitelli and marketing and program manager Witney Gorges. And like the bulk of the people who spent about 100,000 man-hours over the past year working with Timbro Construction on building the structure, Durish says both new recruits are Welland residents.
Through fees paid by user groups, as well as the OSM Solar panels on the roof and the new second-floor restaurant that's still under construction, the project will be economically-viable, says a confident Starkman.
It's designed to bring in enough revenue to more than pay the money the city borrowed to pay for the building.
New users have also joined the city's indoor soccer and tennis clubs that currently call the facility home.
Paul Lafontaine, principal from Jean Vanier secondary school next door, is pleased to announce a new agreement with Nustadia Recreation for use of the sports complex, in exchange for after-hours use of Jean Vanier's facilties. A partnership was a main reason the new school located at Woodlawn and River Rds.
And now Ball Hockey International is moving from its Niagara College site its twin-pad facility to the sports complex, says general manager Chad Asselstine.
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The Installation of Solar Modules manufactured by OSM Solar Corp. for Welland Ontario's new sports complex being installed by Vest Solar.
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