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(February 3, 2022) “Green” is used as a political obedience button. We are expected to agree, without closely examining proposed laws and policies. After all, how could it be bad if it’s green? We are not expected to ask “green in … Continue reading
Wind and solar have become the fossils of the energy industry; oil, gas and coal remain the fuels of the future. Continue reading
Since his pullout in June, Trump has repeatedly reaffirmed the wisdom of pulling out of the “bad deal” for the U.S. that was Paris. Continue reading
(February 6, 2017) Any “relief” the province is considering for ratepayers will come at a cost.
(January 6, 2017) Contrary to claims from Queen’s Park, higher electricity rates haven’t been used to make the province’s grid more reliable. Now, Hydro One wants more money to do the real work of keeping the lights on.
(August 17, 2016) Ontario’s wealthiest residents can help lower electricity rates for everyone else.
(December 11, 2015) Our letter to Ontario’s Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change on why a cap and trade program is a poor idea.
(September 17, 2015) Big Business is still the biggest beneficiary of Ontario’s generous renewable energy subsidies.