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Read it and weep: power system changes cost YOU

Originally posted on WIND CONCERNS ONTARIO: On Wordpress:
The current Ontario government is determined to make Ontario the most expensive electricity market in North America, with events being announced almost daily.  The following is just a sampling of how Ontarians are caught up in the worst planning to ever emerge in this or any province.…

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Is it just a coincidence that Ontario AND Britain are told in the same week that communities will get more say???

Strange coincidence that Ontario Energy Minister Chiarelli stood in parliament and stated that communities would be given more say in wind projects the very same week that the announcement was made in Britain.  Not only that, but the wind developers will be giving more money to the community for their participation. Does anyone else think […]

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Liberal changes not worth all the fanfare

Orangeville Citizen — June 6, 2013 THE MINISTRY OF ENERGY is to be commended for reverting to competitive bidding for commercial-scale wind and solar farm contracts, but that appears to be the only substantive change it is making to the Green Energy Act with respect to the feed-in-tariff program, despite the fanfare. Energy Minister Bob […]

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Video — Residents demand wind turbine bylaw changes in Willow Creek

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Indiana — Zoning changes could sink wind farms in Marshall Co.

WNDU News — March 16, 2013 Marshall County once seemed to welcome the idea of a multi-million dollar wind farm development—but that may soon change. “This is about people, about the health hazards a wind turbine, health hazards, environmental problems and aesthetic problems a wind turbine farm would bring in our beautiful Marshall County,” said […]

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(ON) Challenge to Changes in the Feed-in Tariff Program Dismissed by Divisional Court

Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP — JDSupra — September 12, 2012 Introduction In its recent decision in SkyPower CL I LP et al v Minister of Energy issued on September 10, 2012,1 the Divisional Court dismissed the Applicants’ assertions that the Minister of Energy and the Ontario Power Authority (the OPA) had acted unreasonably in failing to process […]

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