Getting Zapped: Ontario electricity prices increasing faster than anywhere else
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(February 23, 2015) When subsidies are cut, renewable energy investment largely disappears.
2015 will see more ethnic groups within today’s cobbled-together countries successfully assert their autonomy, with the greatest changes occurring in the Middle East. Continue reading
Lawrence Solomon: Hottest year ever?! Climate doomsayers may have hit the panic button a little too early
Global warming doomsayers have issues confronting reality. Continue reading
The wind industry is dangerous to human health, posing risks to everything from dizziness and nausea to chronic stress and heart conditions. Continue reading
(August 5, 2014) According to the 2012 Yearbook of Electricity Distributors on the OEB’s (Ontario Energy Board) website the total electricity purchased by local distribution companies (LDCs) in Ontario for 2012 was 125.3 terawatts (TWh).
(April 21, 2014) Ontario’s renewable energy producers are largely to blame for the coming price hike for ratepayers.
(April 7, 2014) Only those in fantasyland should expect a contract to be sacrosanct when one party to the transaction makes the law. Continue reading
(March 12, 2014) Ontario Power Generation (OPG) on March 7, 2014, released its results for the year ended December 31, 2013, which claims they eked out an after tax profit of $135 million on gross revenue of $4.9 billion. Continue reading