It is common belief that companies build our economy. Most of us assume that strong businesses build a strong local economy. But most corporations operate on the premise that their prime responsibility is to maximize return for the shareholders while NOT breaking...
Written by: Dick Bakker, OREC Board Member Feed-in Tariff’s (FIT) are an innovative way to finance new localized power production and continually drive down costs. The law states that renewables have priority on the electrical grid (based on certain rules) and...
Written by: Dick Bakker, OREC Board Member Electricity distribution systems are changing around the world and community ownership is playing a significant part of this evolution. How are these two trends related? Most people think of an investment in a renewable...
OREC has been very fortunate to have Dr Andreas Wieg, German Renewable Energy Co-op expert, join us for a whirlwind tour of Ontario. During his week here he has inspired audiences from Parliament Hill to Carleton University, from Ecology Ottawa to Queens Park. In case...
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