Japan is set to secure the establishment of a WTO dispute panel to rule whether Ontario's Feed-In Tariff (FIT) program aimed at encouraging the development of alternative energies violates global trade rules. The program, which was established under the 2009 Green Energy and Green Economy Act with the goal of helping Ontario phase out coal-fired electricity generation by 2014, boost the development of renewable energy technologies, and create new green jobs. A minimum amount of goods and services in solar and wind projects must originate in Ontario under the rules of the FIT. Wind projects, for example, that entered into commercial operation from 2009-2011 require at least 25 percent Ontario content, while projects entering into commercial operation in 2012 and later will require at least half of all the content comes from Ontario.