(September 15, 2016) There is no compelling case for Ontario to honour its odious renewable power deals.
Don’t expect any quick fixes for Ontario’s soaring hydro rates.
Continue reading Ontario won’t be able to reduce soaring hydro costs anytime soon, say experts
A recent post from Ontario’s Financial Accountability Office (FAO) downplayed the negative impact soaring hydro rates are having on households and the economy. Continue reading FAO misses the point on Ontario’s soaring hydro bills
Ontario’s wealthiest residents can help lower electricity rates for everyone else. Continue reading How Ontario’s 1 per cent can do its share to reduce fuel poverty
More electric cars in Ontario could lead to more rate hikes. Continue reading Ontario’s electric car goal could lead to increase in hydro rates, expert says
Rather than ensure the costs of Ontario’s cap and trade program are fully transparent to natural gas customers, the Ontario Energy Board has decided to lump them in with other delivery charges. Continue reading Don’t show customers the cost of cap and trade, Ontario Energy Board tells utilities
TTC customers will be on the hook for years to come to cover the growing cost to build the Downtown Relief Line (DRL).
Continue reading All aboard: come ride Toronto’s newest white elephant
Provincial policies will push Ontario’s gas and hydro bills higher in the coming years. Continue reading Ontario’s residential energy bills will continue to march higher
Ontario’s cap and trade backers are excited for the billions of dollars in new money the scheme will create. California shows why the reality might be much different. Continue reading California Dreamin’ in Ontario
Natural gas utilities have been quick to criticize a proposal by Queen’s Park to move the province away from using natural gas to heat homes. Continue reading Utilities lambaste reported gas phase out plan in Ontario