The sale of Hydro One offers a number of potential benefits to both ratepayers and the province. Continue reading The Hydro One sale’s upsides
Why ratepayers in B.C. can expect their electricity rates to go in one direction: up. Continue reading Debt, subterfuge will cost B.C. Hydro ratepayers
Soaring hydro costs are offsetting ratepayer conservation efforts and hurting conservers most, according to a new joint study by the Consumer Policy Institute and Energy Probe. Continue reading Ontario’s soaring hydro bills offset conservation efforts and hurt conservers most: study
Schemes to export Canada’s water to the world are uneconomic and unnecessary.
The Ontario government is helping Hydro One’s unions who want a piece of the upcoming privatization. Continue reading Privatization perks
Big Business remains the biggest beneficiary of Ontario’s generous renewable energy subsidies. Continue reading Ontario still coddling the top 1% with power freebees
The vehicular nirvana of the driverless car is making its debut as a niche product, and it will long stay that way.
Governments pay scientists to produce results that suit their public policy agendas; corporations must then commission defensive studies.
Consumer Policy Institute’s Executive Director, Brady Yauch, joined BNN to make the case for why Ontario should cut back on its energy conservation programs. Continue reading Consumer Policy Institute joins BNN to talk energy conservation spending
Putting money slated for conservation spending back into the pockets of consumers would give the province’s economy a much-needed boost.
Continue reading A $2.6-billion stimulus for Ontario