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- Lives #12: A Star
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- 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
Tag 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
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
Some context is in order. Energy #12, on corporate governance and the role of the regulator, was ALREADY WRITTEN (…and it was brilliant, in my unbiased and humble opinion.) It was going to be published today. Then, yesterday the Ontario … Continue reading