This is working with the utility and the municipality to plan out the energy needs of the community and to look at local energy sources that could meet those needs over, I understand, a 10-year to 20-year horizon. It's really been the cornerstone of Guelph's sustainability efforts, which I assume you've been a big part of. I'm not as connected to Guelph specifically, since Guelph is not a member of our network, but should Guelph apply or should there be a community group in Guelph, that would be an example of the kind of thing to which we would say, “Great. This is a group that's ready to engage the private sector because it has a community energy plan in place.”
On June 4th, 2015. See this statement in context.