Bruce Sharp breaks down the inequities and poor economics of the province’s move to split Global Adjustment costs. Continue reading Ontario Electricity – Update on the Global Adjustment Debacle
The OEB has issued its decision on OPG’s multi-billion dollar, five-year rate application. Here’s what you need to know. Continue reading Top ten takeaways from the OEB’s decision on OPG’s rate application
By continually politicizing electricity, the current Ontario government has lost its way.
The Ontario PC’s energy plan doubles down on a couple of poor policies. Continue reading The bad, very bad and very very bad of the Ontario PC energy plan
BC Hydro is following Ontario down a road where the price of electricity is political. Continue reading A whole new way to screw up hydro is underway in Ontario and B.C.
Consumer Policy Institute is part of a diverse group of energy consumers, producers and distributors from across Ontario that has released eight recommendations to guide decisions about the future of Ontario’s electricity system. Continue reading Ontario Electricity Stakeholders Alliance comes together to announce Power Framework for smart electricity decisions
Political leaders are determined to bury the risk of pet megaprojects. Continue reading Provincial finances are worse than they look as politicians hide their megaproject boondoggles
The price consumers pay for power is now a political decision, rather than an economic one Continue reading It’s the end of energy regulation in Ontario as we know it
Ontario’s Auditor General said the Fair Hydro Plan raises rates in the long-run, contravenes the province’s accounting standards and further erodes the independence of the Ontario Energy Board. Continue reading Auditor General rips into the Fair Hydro Plan
A Global News investigation has uncovered a single component of the Darlington nuclear project could cost half a billion dollars, four-times initial estimates. Auditors say project “plagued” by problems. Continue reading Key project at Darlington nuclear facility hundreds of millions over budget, delayed