Why choose RCPP?
Community Power

Typically Community Power proponents include local residents, individuals, farm collaborative, co-ops, First Nations, Municipalities and other organizations working to develop local sustainable energy projects. Anyone can become a member of a co-op and later invest keeping ownership and profits local.

Economic Benefits to You

With your co-op membership, you gain the ability to purchase shares once the co-op’s offering statement is approved by the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO). This opportunity presents many potential benefits including the security of a 20 year FIT contract backed by the Ontario Government.

Support Renewable Energy

When you participate in a renewable energy co-operative, you’re contributing to a cleaner environment by supporting the addition of clean renewable energy into the Ontario energy mix.

Association Perks
When your group joins the RCPP Association, know that you are working with likeminded individuals and groups that ...
Feed-In Tariff (FIT)
If you’re not already familiar with Ontario’s Feed-in Tariff (FIT) program provided by the Ontario Power Authority (OPA), the...