Ontario has support programs to help co-operatives, municipalities, public sector entities and First Nations and Métis groups to develop and own renewable energy facilities.
These programs help create a greener Ontario by boosting local involvement in renewable energy projects, including wind, solar, bioenergy or hydroelectric ventures.
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The Aboriginal Energy Partnerships Program provides funding for the development of community energy plans and funding for many of the key developmental stages of First Nations and Métis projects.
The Community Energy Partnerships Program provides funding to assist co-operatives with the developmental costs associated with renewable energy projects.
The Interim Municipal and Public Sector Energy Partnerships Program provides funding to municipalities and public sector entities forcertain soft costs associated with the development of FIT Program applications.
The Aboriginal Loan Guarantee Program, run by the Ontario Financing Authority, supports Aboriginal participation in new renewable green energy infrastructure such as wind, solar and hydroelectric.