Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA)
To act as the leading voice, advisor and facilitator for the renewable energy sector in Ontario and to provide an unparalleled network to promote and enable the growth of community and commercial sustainable energy in the province.
Toronto, M5J 2L6
Check out our case study on a community solar project on the project wiki. The presentation, prepared for the 2012 HHEAT conference, describes the process for developnig a 250 kW community solar project on the Clippers Sports Complex in Stouffville, ON. It is a useful resource for groups interested in starting their own community solar project or cooperative.
The Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA) is a province-wide, member-based, non-profit organization representing approximately 200 organizations and individuals including private citizens, cooperatives, farmers, First Nations, businesses, institutions and municipalities. OSEA members are engaged in or supporting Community Power projects and renewable energy.