Tomorrow is Ontario’s 2013 Feed-in-Tariff Forum, which will be taking place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Sessions will touch on topics ranging from the impact of surplus baseload generation to Aboriginal and community partnerships to, of course, FIT 2.0. The second day of the conference will offer two separate “tracks” focused on solar and wind powered projects respectively.
McCarthy Tétrault will be attending the Forum. In particular, look out for partners Seán O’Neill, who will chair a session on “Realities and Strategies for Project Developers” and Suzanne Murphy, who present on “Challenges of FIT 2.0 for Aboriginal and Community Partnership Projects”. We look forward to seeing you there.
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