News and issues related to energy in Canada with a CCRE connection
Greg Baden, Special to Financial Post
Ontario electricity consumers pay more for their own electricity than consumers in adjacent states who import it. The difference is as much as $60 per megawatt-hour – the amount of electricity used monthly in a typical household.
Jan Carr, Special to Financial Post
Decisions to relocate two Ontario electricity generating stations from the Toronto suburbs of Mississauga and Oakville to locations further afield in Sarnia and Lennox were driven by partisan political attempts to win at the polls.
A powerful argument exists for Canada to play a pivotal role in reducing the carbon burden of the North American economy through enhanced electricity trade. And yet, before you can count to three, paralysis settles in.