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microFIT The fundamental objective of the FIT Program, in conjunction with the Green Energy Act, is to encourage the development of renewable energy generating projects throughout the province.

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MicroFIT
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Renewable Generators
Applications for renewable generation are being taken by the Ontario Power Authority beginning October 1, 2009. Information provided by Atikokan Hydro Inc in the links below will be updated regularly. Please visit often.

This is a Provincial Program
The Ontario Power Authority (OPA) has introduced the Renewable Energy Feed-In Tariff (FIT) Program to the province of Ontario.
The fundamental objective of the FIT Program, in conjunction with the Green Energy Act, is to encourage the development of renewable energy generating projects throughout the province.

Larger FIT projects
A generator participating in the FIT Program will generate electricity by renewable means and be paid for each kilowatt-hour produced.
Renewable energy sources which qualify for the FIT Program include:
  • Wind Turbine
  • Water Turbine
  • Renewable Biomass
  • Bio-gas
  • Bio-fuel
  • Landfill Gas
  • Solar (Photovoltaic)
As a first step to participating in the Feed-In Tariff Program please visit the province's FIT Program website.

Smaller microFIT projects
Projects which are located on residential properties and are smaller than 10 kilowatts in capacity may apply for connection under the microFIT Program. The microFIT Program allows for an expedited application and connection process.
As a first step to participating in the microFIT Program please visit the province's microFIT Program website.

Educating Yourself about Renewable Generation
Some additional helpful links may be found below:

Connecting Your Project to Atikokan Hydro Inc
Atikokan Hydro Inc has information regarding connection capacity and an estimate on the localized costs to connect a microFIT project to our distribution system is listed below:

Estimated Connection Costs:
The following are estimated costs for connection to the Atikokan Hydro Inc as valid in March 2010:

One Time Installation Fee:
Account Setup Fee $25.00
Supply A3RL BiDirectional Meter $125.00
   
   

  $150.00
Monthly customer account charge
(OEB Rate Order EB-2009-0326)
$5.25
Subject to applicable taxes.

These costs are based on one visit to reconnect an existing service and the microFIT installation.

All other connection types will be dealt with on an individual basis.

Next Steps
  1. After you have educated yourself about this provincial program and decide to make the investment to move forward, please ensure that you have
    • registered with the OPA and
    • received a registration ID number for setting up your "My microFIT Homepage".
  2. Once you have your registration ID number, you can contact us regarding other details for completing the Program Application on your personal OPA page that has been set up. This number is different than the reference number assigned to each project application once it is submitted.
  3. microFIT and FIT Generators Inquiry for Metering and Engineering by email