Minister for Energy, Northern Development and Mines Greg Rickford, during the swearing-in ceremony at Queen's Park in Toronto on June 29, 2018. /Alex Tétreault, National Observer
The changes would have enabled third party ownership of net-metered facilities, provided flexibility for virtual net metering projects, and introduced standard disclosures for customer owned net metering.

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Shane Mulligan, PhD. | Special Contributor
Shane completed two years of postdoctoral work on Energy Security and Global Futures before turning his efforts towards the active deployment of renewable energy. He has extensive experience with renewable energy co-operatives, Ontario’s FIT program, and solar and wind project development, and is currently studying the intersection of renewable energy, smart grids, and blockchain technology.

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