News and issues related to energy in Canada with a CCRE connection
The Governance of Regulatory Agencies: A Case Study of the Ontario Energy Board
““The Ontario Energy Board (OEB), Ontario’s energy regulator, does not meet some important Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) principles and its governance should be independently reviewed.
CCRE Commentary: Rethinking Ontario’s Long-Term Energy Plan
Toronto, Ontario – In “Rethinking Ontario’s Long-Term Energy Plan” author Marc Brouillette outlines how Ontario’s 2013 long term energy plan will not achieve its stated objectives.
CCRE Commentary: Hope is Not Enough
In “Hope is not enough: Inspiring better energy policy” author Steven Lightfoot concludes that
setting intelligent energy policy cannot be based on “hope.”
CCRE Commentary: Putting the Pieces Back Together: True Pricing for Ontario’s Electricity
In Putting the Pieces Back Together: “True Pricing” for Ontario Electricity authors Greg Baden and Lucia Tomson outline some of the unintended consequences of the Global Adjustment (GA) including undermining the rewards for consumers to conserve and avoid peak use and exporting electricity at prices barely half of what Ontario industries pay.
CCRE Commentary: CANDU at Darlington: Securing Jobs and Energy
Council for Clean & Reliable Electricity (CCRE) releases the third article in its CCRE Commentary initiative.
CCRE Commentary: Keeping the Baby, Throwing out the Bathwater
Council for Clean and Reliable Electricity (CCRE) releases the second issue of its CCRE Commentary.
CCRE Commentary: There’s a Baby in the Bathwater
Council for Clean and Reliable Electricity (CCRE) launches a
commentary initiative with the first review focusing on Ontario’s FIT Program.