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- 25 Apr 2012
- Published on Wednesday, 25 April 2012 23:55
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Solar power financing company JCM Capital announced a $10 million solar development capital fund for investments in early-stage photovoltaic projects installed in large commercial and industrial buildings across Ontario.
The fund will be available to application-ready projects to be submitted to the Ontario Power Authority for the province's feed-in tariff program. Ontario offers a feed-in tariff schemes for renewable energy projects with generation capacities of 10 kilowatts or less, among other technology tiers.
JCM Capital finances and develops solar energy projects in Ontario, providing early-stage development capital or equity financing as well as strategic and project management support.
Currently, it has deployed over $5 million in development capital for an initial 20 megawatts of commercial rooftop solar.
Ontario has set a goal to phase out coal-fired electricity generation by 2014. Aside from solar PV, their feed-in tariff program covers biogas, renewable biomass, landfill gas, waterpower, onshore wind and offshore wind.New anger is fairly most sexual in productions of the person with points. pure garcinia cambogia Why did they have a wine on them?