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Small scale water power experts to hold information session in Bracebridge on May 2nd

Friday, April 13th 2012 11:46:18am

Media Advisory

What: The Water Power Group (WPG), developers of small scale community water power projects, will hold an information session at the Royal Canadian Legion in Bracebridge. There is no cost for admission; coffee and other refreshments served.

Topics they will discuss include:

• How community organizations can work with the WPG to develop water power projects

• The turbine technologies which works with low head and high volume water power sites

• How individuals who own potential water power sites can work with the WPG to generate income

• How the water power Feed-in Tariff program works

Where:  Royal Canadian Legion, 168 Muskoka Road South, Bracebridge, ON

When: Wednesday, May 2nd, from 6:30 - 8:30 PM

The WPG will also be holding information sessions in Norwood, Lindsay, Parry Sound, Sudbury and North Bay. More information can be found at http://waterpowergroup.com/investors/

For more information or to schedule interviews, contact:
Todd Massé at tmasse@waterpowergroup.com or 416-479-9792


The Water Power Group of Companies LP is an Ontario-based private power producer working in partnership with local communities and First Nations and Metis to develop small, run-of-the river hydro electric generators.

The Water Power Group is in the forefront of this revival by refurbishing existing low head flood control dams in Ontario and installing highly efficient turbines using new low head technologies that provides up to 94% efficiency. Along with profitable power rates and long-term contracts with the province under the Green Energy Act, small hydro dams today are proving to be economically viable.

By including local private, public and co-operative partnerships in our business model, Water Power Group is finding more effective financing, reducing project cost and risk, and ensuring a higher rate of return on our projects.