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The Future of Solar Procurement at Solar Ontario

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In 2015, 570 MW of new solar PV projects reached commercial operation in Ontario.

With the microFIT 4.0, FIT 5.0, and LRP 2 procurements recently announced by Ontario to be administered by the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO), Ontario is set to contract more than 500 MW more in the coming year; continuing the opportunity and growth for solar energy in the province.

Now is the time to increase your visibility, establish relationships with key players, and get first-hand information and updates on the direction of solar procurement. And attending Solar Ontario 2016 is probably the best way to make that happen.

ATTEND SOLAR ONTARIO

Solar Ontario kicks off with a pre-conference workshop on May 16th, “Ensuring Success behind the Meter”, followed by the fun and lively Game Changer Awards Gala and a full day of conference on May 17th, beginning with a keynote address by Bruce Campbell, President and CEO, Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO).

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WHY SOLAR ONTARIO?

Solar Ontario is an intimate meeting platform for the major players in the full spectrum of the solar value chain, including industry participants and a broad selection of other stakeholders, to network and learn. Don’t miss this opportunity to get in front of and meet with the who’s who of the industry.

  • Improve your understanding of the complex dynamics shaping the future of solar in Ontario.

  • Optimize your time with industry leaders, and make contacts to establish future business opportunities.

SOLAR ONTARIO CONTINUES TO GROW! 38% OF 2015 PARTICIPANTS WERE FIRST-TIME ATTENDEES!

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