Recurrent Energy, an independent power producer and developer of solar power projects, has been awarded 144.5 MW of distributed solar power projects by the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) under the province's feed-in-tariff program.
Recurrent Energy says it is now the largest distributed solar power project developer in Ontario under the program. The company plans to finance, build, own and operate the photovoltaic solar power systems, using equipment and services meeting the 60% domestic content requirements of the program.
The OPA will buy 100% of the power and renewable energy credits from Recurrent Energy's solar projects. The plants are expected to be completed in 2011 and early 2012.
SOURCE: Recurrent Energy