(September 11, 2014) The World Health Organization (WHO) recently issued Fact Sheet No 266, “Climate change and health” and one of the facts they published was this one …
Posted in Benefits and Risks, Clean Coal, Climate Change, Costs, Electricity, Power Generation in Ontario, Reforming Ontario's Electrical Generation Sector, Renewables, Utility Reform
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(September 8, 2014) A new book makes the case for adding more CO2 to earth’s atmosphere.
(September 4, 2014) Limits on energy production in the West enabled conflicts in the Ukraine and the Middle East.
(August 29, 2014) Hydro bills have increased dramatically since the provincial government introduced its Green Energy Act. Continue reading
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Tagged Energy Probe, Renewable Energy, wind power, Ontario, energy, green energy, subsidies, Ontario electricity, Ontario Energy Board, Brady Yauch
(August 12, 2014) Germany’s $412-billion lesson for Ontario.
(August 6, 2014) Solar effects could bring on little ice ages. Lawrence Solomon, who “sums this up well,” is quoted by author Jack Dini for his report on the significance of an anemic sun for Earth’s climate.
(August 6, 2014) The Ontario Energy Board’s move towards a flat distribution is the right one. Continue reading
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Tagged Brady Yauch, Decoupling, Distribution, electricity network, Energy Probe, Local Distribution Companies, OEB, Ontario, Ontario electricity, Ontario Energy Board