Canada reached an agreement July 31 with the European Union and Japan to bring a green energy program in Ontario that requires minimums of local content in renewable power projects into WTO compliance by March 24, 2014. The compromise is a result of a WTO case, which found that the program violated WTO rules by affording less favorable treatment to imported components and equipment. The case may have further implications, as similar less favorable treatment cases against India, U.S., and certain EU member states are evaluated.