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Ontario's FIT Program, administered by the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO), is the first comprehensive feed-in tariff program in North America. Incorporating lessons learned in several European countries and other jurisdictions; it has been specifically tailored to meet the unique needs of Ontario's electricity system and situation. The FIT program is available for renewable energy projects greater than 10 kilowatts and generally up to 500 kilowatts.

VantageNRG delivers unique renewable energy solutions to clients based throughout Ontario designing and developing solar electric systems for residential, commercial, industrial, and multi-residential locations. The VNRG Team works closely with our clients to design a system that will meet their visions while integrating seamlessly into the existing building structure and electrical systems. VNRG has the in house expertise to deliver a complete set of Design Drawings and Specifications with the level of detail required for a timely implementation.

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Start to finish, VNRG manages your complete project. From installation to commissioning, we’ll work with your LDC to approve connection methods. Every home and business presents different characteristics (i.e. shading, orientation, roof pitch and shape, aesthetics, size, etc.), and every solar system is tailored to the individual needs. VNRG offers Project Management and Quality Assurance with a dedicated network of professional engineers, master electricians and experienced installers. We’ll ensure you will be authorized to connect by your local LDC, and your system will meet local building and provincial electrical codes.


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The Windsor International Aquatic and Training Centre is home to a 350kW rooftop solar photovoltaic project with a contract under Ontario’s Feed-In Tariff (FIT) program. The City of Windsor estimates that the $1.1 million dollar project, which includes 1,500 solar panels, will produce enough electricity to power the equivalent of approximately 44 homes.

The rooftop system, which is not visible from the ground, is expected to require little or no maintenance, as there are no moving parts. At the end of the 20-year FIT contract, the equipment, which the city expects to outlast the contract, will either continue to produce electricity to sell to the provincial grid, or that electricity will be used to power municipal facilities. The City of Windsor has indicated that they anticipate annual production from the project to be approximately $250,000 and that they are implementing three more solar projects under the FIT program. These projects include the development of a 250 kW solar facility at the Forest Glade Arena, a 500 kW PV system at the WFCU Centre and a 500 kW PV system at the Transit Windsor administrative headquarters. ont