Our company signed a contract with Blue Power Distributed Energy Corporation in February of 2011. The first FIT application was submitted with the fee by Blue Power. All submissions have been on hold from the Ontario Power Authority (OPA).
It is now January 2013 and the OPA has reopened acceptance for FIT applications. But wait..... when we contacted Blue Power to finalize resubmission details of our FIT application we are given another company to contact with regards to this application.
We received no written or verbal communication of any kind from Blue Power- John Nassar that one our representative that we had dealt with was no longer with the company but that our information regarding our FIT application had been passed on to another company.
Of course, the deposit which was paid to cover expenses with the contract submission to the OPA were not passed on. So Blue Power - John Nassar is holding and refusing to release $4,500 of our deposit to complete our resubmission.
When asked to provide a detailed receipt of our account on the use of our deposit funds he has been unable to do so. This request was made before 10:30 am on Friday January 18th, 2013. Apparently Blue Power is unable to provide me with this receipt within an hour. When asked how soon I could expect to receive one via email; the response was possibly Monday. Three days after the request.
Not good enough I say, as they should have a control report in our file documenting time spent on our file and submission fees paid on our behalf from our $5000 deposit. Not a professional way to do business.
Considering we have been monitoring and updating our own file registered with the OPA since it was first submitted and have been following up with the OPA to check the status of our application.
SO I ASK YOU ..... JOHN NASSAR what has your company done to earn this money and keep our deposit when the initial file submission was only a $500 fee to the OPA?????
Needless to say he has not heard the last from me on this matter.