One example is in Ontario. A smaller community had an opportunity with a FIT version 1 contract to be an equity participant in a wind farm. The amount of revenue they will receive from that wind farm will transform their community. We loaned them $117 million. They became a 50% owner in that community. Going forward for the next 25 years, their chief and council will receive steady cash flows that will allow them to build their community in the manner they foresee for themselves.
Currently we lend mostly in the area of wind farms, run-of-river projects and sometimes solar projects. As Mr. Daniels said, if those areas are backed by contracts with the provincial, federal or territorial governments, the communities will guarantee to have a profit at our current interest rate of around 2%.
There are other examples, but usually energy seems to be the most profitable one to date to allow communities to realize their goals and objectives.