On July 14, Mesa Power Group, LLC, a renewable energy developer, announced that it has filed a notice of intent to submit a North American Free Trade Agreement Chapter 11 arbitration claim against Canada for alleged breaches of NAFTA obligations. Chapter 11 allows investors in one NAFTA party to seek money damages in arbitration for measures imposed by another NAFTA party that allegedly violate Chapter 11 obligations. Mesa Power participated in Ontario's renewable energy production program through its ownership of four Ontario wind farm projects. According to the company’s filing, Ontario’s legislature passed the Green Energy Act in 2009, which created the Feed-In Tariff (FIT program) to encourage renewable energy production in Ontario. According to Mesa Power, Ontario’s “last minute” rule changes for awarding power purchase agreements under the FIT program disadvantaged Mesa Power.