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Renfrew asked to become waterpower champion

InsideOttawaValley.com / Jonathan Mulvihill / 04 October 2019

The Ontario Waterpower Association (OWA) is inviting Renfrew to show support for community waterpower.

Stephanie Landers, the manager of community relations and public outreach at OWA, appeared before Renfrew council Sept. 24 to explain the need to promote hydroelectric power as a clean, locally sustainable and reliable source of energy.

“It provides local development opportunities while being a renewable energy source and the key to a low-carbon future,” she said.

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The Three Amigos’ clean energy target explained

Clean Energy Canada / Clare Demerse / 29 June 2016

clean-energy-canadaToday’s meeting of the three North American leaders put climate and clean energy at the centre of a packed agenda — an important signal in and of itself.

And the leaders took advantage of their time together to deliver several new and promising clean energy commitments. This blog digs into those continent-wide clean energy plans: what they mean, why they matter, and what Canada should do next.

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Area hydro buildings bought

Recorder & Times / Wayne Lowrie / 11 August 2015

Gan hydro buildingThe hydroelectric generating facilities here, along with nine other area power plants, have been bought by Energy Ottawa.

Energy Ottawa purchased the industrial buildings at 5 King Street in Gananoque from Fortis Energy last month at an undisclosed price as part of a package deal that included hydro generating facilities at Rideau Falls, Jones Falls, Seeley’s Bay as well as those at Brewers Mills and Kingston Mills. The deal also included four hydro-generating plants in upstate New York.

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