Political meddling has undermined the province’s electricity sector. Continue reading How Queen’s Park broke Ontario’s provincial electricity sector
The economic argument to keep Pickering open past 2020 relies on an analysis that requires some far apart stars to align.
The federal government should look to Ontario for examples on how not to implement renewable energy policies. Continue reading Presentation to the Standing Committee on Natural Resources
Manitoba Hydro’s debt problem is overhanging the public utility’s future.
Continue reading Manitoba Hydro’s walking on a tightrope — or is it?
Manitoba Hydro’s push for megaprojects will cost ratepayers. Continue reading What Manitoba Hydro’s gamble means for your rates
Any “relief” the province is considering for ratepayers will come at a cost. Continue reading The perils of a hydro rate freeze for Ontario
Any way you look at it, Ontarians have taken a huge hit on the cost of their electricity bills since 2006.
Continue reading Ontarians slammed by rapidly rising electricity bills
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. Continue reading No prizes for guessing who’s really to blame for Hydro One’s soaring rates
Toronto Hydro customers have been told that the rate increases they are experiencing aren’t that bad. Here’s why those comments are misleading. Continue reading How to Mislead Toronto Hydro’s Customers on Rate Increases
Ontario’s Auditor General tells the public what’s really going to happen when the province introduces its cap and trade program. Hint: it’s not pretty. Continue reading Ontario’s Auditor General Slams the Province’s Pending Cap and Trade Fiasco