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Ontario NDP’s would divert money from nuclear to energy efficiency retrofits, enact public ownership of large-scale renewables Print
Regulation & Policy
Written by Perry Hoffman   
Friday, 05 August 2021 07:48

The Ontario New Democratic Party says energy efficiency and conservation should be front and centre of provincial energy and electricity policy and the party would divert $1 billion away from nuclear power initiatives to achieve this goal.

Duguid calls out opposition PCs and NDP for “irresponsible” policies Print
Regulation & Policy
Written by Perry Hoffman   
Wednesday, 03 August 2021 07:19

Brad Duguid, Ontario’s Minister of Energy, ratcheted up the political rhetoric on Tuesday, saying the opposition Progressive Conservatives and NDP are advocating “irresponsible policies” that could drive the province back into a recession.

Making the Connection Print
Branding Green
Written by Perry Hoffman   
Tuesday, 02 August 2021 06:09

Connecting brands to issues and topics of interests is one of the most important methods of giving them a reality and focus that causes people to become fully engaged in a "shared interest" discussion or action with a company or organization.

Ontario solar industry needs to stick to its business: Q&A with CanSIA Part I Print
Renewable Energy
Written by Perry Hoffman   
Tuesday, 02 August 2021 06:11

The Ontario election scheduled for October 6 has a lot of people in the renewable energy industry concerned that a new Progressive Conservative government is going to gut the sector by killing the landmark Feed-in-Tariff Program. But Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA) president Elizabeth McDonald says not to begin jumping to conclusions.

Paying power producers to shut down would solve surplus electricity problem Print
Regulation & Policy
Written by Perry Hoffman   
Tuesday, 02 August 2021 06:07

A new brief from the CD Howe Institute says there is a short-term solution to Ontario’s supply-demand electricity problem: the province could save money, and address its electricity over-supply problem at the same time by paying producers with fixed-price contracts not to generate.

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