- Energy #21 – Guelph Hydro: Fifteen Claims
- Lives #4 Update – Susan Grows Up
- Energy #20 – An Open Letter to Guelph Hydro Customers
- The Scalable Universe
- Energy #19 – Regulatory Capture
- Small Business Tax Avoidance Proposals
- Lives #12: A Star
- Who Knew Freedom of Speech Would be So Complicated?
- Energy #18 – How Bad is the OEB, Anyway?
Tag Archives: Energy
Since my article on November 5th analysing aspects of the Guelph Hydro Alectra merger, a number of readers in Guelph have asked me to look at the transaction further, particularly in light of the lengthy report tabled December 1st to … Continue reading
Alectra Utilities and Guelph Hydro are discussing a merger, the headlines say. Already there is a flurry of information available to local Guelph residents about those discussions, and the many benefits of joining the Alectra fold. For the most part, … Continue reading
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