Monday, March 4, 2013

New wind power rules coming in Ontario to curb output

John Spears is reporting that the Ontario Power Authority and renewable proponents have reached an agreement on compensation in instances where supply must be curtailed.

New wind power rules coming in Ontario to curb output | Toronto Star:
Ontario wind power companies have reached an agreement that will curb electricity output from wind turbines when there’s surplus power on the grid.
In return, the companies will get compensated for lost output, within certain limits.
The agreement puts an end to a dispute before the Ontario Energy Board that pitted the wind companies against provincial power agencies.
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