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683 megawatt natural gas-fired power plant that nice in Halton Hills

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Good show moya and joan

Milton, Canada

#1 Dec 10, 2011
Power OK it

Milton, Canada

#2 Dec 10, 2011
Building Community Power Co-operatively Workshops!
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Building Community Power Co-operatively Workshops!

The HHEAT hosted its third and final introductory workshop for 2011 in Halton last night at the Burlington Central Library. This event was held collaboratively with the assistance of local green pioneers Burlington Green as part of their 2011 AGM's event 'Burlington: Our Energy Future". There was a huge turnout as more than 70 people came out for an evening of discussion, networking and fostering community connections. With noted speakers such from Mayor Goldring, Amy Schnurr, Ken Woodruff and HHEAT's very own Jeff Harti, it was a lively and engaging atmosphere that sparked and heightened interest locally towards renewable energy and community power. We would like to thank everyone for coming out and we urge you to keep in touch with us. These introductory workshops will be followed-up by a series of in-depth and specialised workshops in 2012. You can contact the Project Coordinator Anuja at here.anujar@gmail.com for more information or visit our HHEAT blog at http://hheathub.blogspot.com/ .

Find a Renewable Energy Co-operative near you!

Using the ON Co-op online e-directory, you can gain awareness of local co-operatives in and around your area and connect with them. The e-directory is a project of the Ontario Co-operative Association. It is a comprehensive listing of co-operatives operating across Ontario! For more information and access to this resource, please go to: http://www.ontario.coop/find_a_coop

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Leslie Adams

Milton, Canada

#3 Dec 10, 2011
Leslie Adams from P.O.W.E.R. was overwhelmed and obviously struggling to understand the technical engineering jargon that she was being supplied with, but managed to note; there are adverse health and ecological implications associated with the byproduct of this type of power generating facility which will affect, both the local and the outlying communities surrounding the proposed facility.
Tricky and gang

Milton, Canada

#4 Dec 10, 2011
They all made a mess of it

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