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Brent Kopperson, Windfall Ecology Centre
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Address: 93A Industrial Parkway South
Aurora,  Ontario  L4G 3V5
Phone: 1-866-280-4431
FAX: 905-727-0491

Windfall Ecology Centre is an environmental non profit organization and social enterprise specializing in individual and community education and activation. Through our programs and advocacy efforts, we seek to empower individuals, community groups and governments to build sustainable communities. We design and deliver on-the-ground education, awareness and direct climate change mitigation programs.

Major areas of endeavour include energy conservation, renewable energy production, water protection education and leadership development.

Training Programs:

REpower Ontario

REpower Ontario orients, trains, and connects eager participants with employment and self-employment opportunities and possibilities in the new green economy.

This program empowers participants to recognize existing aptitudes and passions while identifying how to transition those skills to build a career within the green economy.

Through unique learning activities and methodologies, REpower Ontario integrates the areas of renewable energy, water, social innovation and community development. It provides the opportunity for creative personal planning for a green career through our Competency Profile, Turquoise Portfolio and Guiding Principles.

Cost: $535.00 (+HST); Financial assistance available

For upcoming workshops, check out the OSEA events section or contact Jen Slykhuis ( or 905.727.0491 ext: 114).

REPower Ontario:

For more information on Windfall's projects and events, visit the Windfall Ecology Centre website.

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Aurora, ON: Windfall Centre has released its in-depth study of the economic impact of Electric Vehicle (EV) adoption in Ontario. The yearlong research project, dispels myths and fills a significant knowledge gap on the impacts of what could well be a transformative shift in personal transportation in the 21stcentury. If EVs reach a 10% share of the total passenger vehicle population by 2025, Ontario can expect total income to increase by over $3.6 Billion with 34,000 person years of work created.

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