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Apparently this was no joke !
Sun shines on solar IPOs
Markets have turned on to its potential; but vast capital is still needed to
flip the switch
Mar. 20, 2006. 01:00 AM
Even Ontario has seen the light. Premier Dalton McGuinty is expected to
announce tomorrow that the province will pay a premium of 42 cents per
kilowatt hour to anybody who wants to install their own solar PV system and
sell the energy back to the electricity grid. The program, perhaps the most
ambitious of its kind in North America, is not unlike other so-called
standard offer or "feed-in tariff" programs in Europe that encourage
businesses and citizens to embrace power from the sun.
Ontario has decided to pay solar panel owners 42 cents per kwh for
electricity that they deliver to the grid.
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