By - Michael Drost

Renewable energy policy pioneer Nova Scotia ends feed-in tariff program

Energize Weekly, August 12, 2015 Nova Scotia ended its pioneer community feed-in tariff (COMFIT) after four years this week, saying that the popular program had achieved its objectives. The tariff, which guaranteed small renewable energy producers a sustainable fee for their electricity, was created to provide an incentive for independent, community-based renewable energy production to feed the provincial grid. Provincial

By - Michael Drost

ITC completes Thumb Loop transmission project

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder praised the Thumb Loop project in a statement, citing its benefits in saving money for ratepayers as well as developing renewable energy in the state. “The Thumb Loop has been a good investment for Michigan. It has allowed us to expand our agricultural processing abilities and allowed us to add low-cost renewable energy to our grid

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