- Who Knew Freedom of Speech Would be So Complicated?
- Energy #18 – How Bad is the OEB, Anyway?
- The “Lives” Series – Every Person is Interesting
- Energy #17 – Death Spiral
- Trump Redux: Us Against the Swamp
- Lives #11 – A Potemkin Marriage
- Lives #10 – A Happy Life
- Energy #16 – The Big Build
- Lives #9 – So How Would You Have Reacted?
- Multiple Sclerosis
Category Archives: Energy
The other day I was having a discussion with someone about a possible speaking engagement, and he said “You can always be relied on to give the OEB a few well-aimed kicks.” That gave me a little pause. There was, … Continue reading
Ontario Power Generation is going to go bankrupt. No, I am not speaking metaphorically. Just as its predecessor Ontario Hydro did in 1999, so too OPG will reach the point of insolvency when it is no longer a viable commercial … Continue reading
Premier Kathleen Wynne is looking for a way to attack the rising cost of electricity, an increasingly dangerous political issue in Ontario. She has already given up the 8% Ontario portion of the HST, sure enough, but the public has … Continue reading
It may have been the first time I’ve heard the word “effrontery” actually voiced orally. The speaker was the Chairman of the Board of a small Ontario utility. The subject was the Ontario Energy Board’s upcoming “guidance” to be given … Continue reading
Someone called it “principled”, but that, although true, is probably an understatement. A better word for it is probably “bold”. “It” is the Ontario Energy Board’s decision, released yesterday, on expansion of the natural gas system into unserved communities in … Continue reading