Tag Archives: Parker Gallant

CanWEA and their many tipping points

(January 24, 2020) So many … Continue reading

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Pan-Canadian Expert Collaboration, Phase Four

(November 26, 2019) The chosen ones! Exploring the connection between the Ivey Foundation and its P-CEC named “collaborators”. Continue reading

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Pan-Canadian Expert Collaboration, Phase Three

(November 18, 2019) Oh, what tangled webs we weave! Continue reading

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Pan-Canadian Expert Collaboration, Phase Two

(November 13, 2019) A look at the experts behind the collaboration. Continue reading

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Pan-Canadian Expert Collaboration, Phase One

(November 11, 2019) The results could be nasty for taxpayers and the economy. Stay tuned.  Continue reading

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Consuming less drives up costs for Class B ratepayers

(November 3, 2019) Consuming less means lower costs, right? Not in Ontario. Continue reading

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Wind turbines – clearly not needed

(October 30, 2019) Energy blogger Parker Gallant looks at a day of wind in October and finds that just one day provides a good example of what wind turbines do on spring and fall days. While ratepayers take a beating, the president of CanWEA talks up wind’s reliability and low-cost! Continue reading

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