Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Korean Consortium exempt from transmission licencing requirements

In the beginning the project proponent was known as the Korean Consortium.
And it included Samsung and KEPCO.
KEPCO, South Korea's publicly owned electricity company, was the transmission expertise.  
Apparently the Korean Consortium's expertise is in getting exempted from following the onerous processes Hydro One must follow.

Renewable energy generator exempt from transmission licencing requirements : Canadian Energy Law:
"In an interesting case that has been winding its way through the Ontario Energy Board (OEB), Grand Renewable Wind LP (GRWLP) ― which was formed for the purpose of owning and operating a 153 MW wind facility in Haldimand County ― was exempted from the obligation to obtain a transmitter’s licence for transmission connection facilities it intends to develop and operate to convey its wind generation and solar energy generated by a related company, Grand Renewable Solar LP (GRSLP)."
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