Tag Archives: Green Energy Act

Surveying the Wreckage (of Ontario’s Energy Policies)

Another fantastic and revealing article by Rick Conroy of the Wellington Times on the insanity and havoc being wreaked by the Liberals outrageous and destructive energy policies. — DQ ************************************************ Rick Conroy — The Times — January 16, 2015 A good friend of mine runs a business in the County. He has done so for […]

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Huron-Bruce Liberal Candidate Called a Liar by Audience at Debate

Rowdy audience breathes life into Teeswater all-candidates meeting Patrick Bales — Shoreline Beacon — June 5, 2014 TEESWATER – Colleen Schenk was facing an uphill battle coming into the Teeswater Community Centre last Tuesday night. Every time the Liberal candidate tried to answer a question about her party’s green energy polices, angry retorts from the […]

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Ontario’s Green Energy Act Limits Economic Growth Through Rising Energy Costs

Policies that raise energy costs limit economic growth Ross McKitrick — Fraser Institute — May 15, 2014 TORONTO—Limiting the availability and raising the cost of energy can hurt Canada’s overall economy and weaken future growth, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank. The study, Energy […]

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Consumer Watch Group is Asking for Your Opinions on Ontario’s Green Energy Act. Here’s Your Chance.

Is A Greener Ontario Worth The Price? Nothing is more on the minds of Ontario residents than energy. Energy has become the subject du-jour, whether it be in industry, politics, or domestic living. Our thirst for cheaper and more abundant energy rises up every time Ontario Hydro releases a statement or Premier Wynne or her […]

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Ontario: Replace Green Energy Act in favour of pollution control technology

The Windsor Star (Letters) — April 29, 2014 In 2005, a cost-benefit analysis was done on reducing air pollution from power plants in Ontario. This report from Powergrid International did not recommend the support of wind or solar power, in effect came out and condemned it, which we now call the Green Energy Act. The […]

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MONDAY MAR. 31 — Chiarelli, Thompson and Horwath to speak on Ontario Energy Policy

Canada News Wire TORONTO, March 28, 2014 /CNW/ – What: Keynote Political Addresses at Electricity Distributors Association Annual General Meeting Where: Fairmont Royal York, Concert Hall, Convention Level (Toronto) When: Monday, March 31 Details: Senior representatives of all three major Ontario political parties will address hundreds of electricity industry delegates from across the province next […]

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Ontario needs to abandon the Green Energy Act

Anthony Macdonald — Guelph Mercury — March 8, 2014 The Ontario Progressive Conservatives have opposed the province’s Green Energy Act since its introduction in 2009, due to its high subsidies for wind and solar power at an unsustainable rate, considering it is also unreliable power. The Green Energy Act stripped locally based decision-making by municipalities […]

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Lies My Green Energy Rep Told Me

The article posted below on Mindscape Innovations by Derek Satnik is just another example of the outright lies and misleading information put forth by anyone connected with green (greed) energy. Lie #1:  It has created 20,000 local jobs Lie #2:  Ontario has to import energy on a regular basis from the States and neighbouring provinces Lie […]

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Video: More blather as Wynne Defends Green Energy Act — AGAIN!

CHCHTV — September 18, 2013 Premier Kathleen Wynne was forced to defend her government’s controversial Green Energy Act Tuesday. The Premier was confronted by a group of protesters at the International Plowing Match in Mitchell, just west of Stratford. The protesters want a greater say in where wind turbines are built in Ontario. Last month, […]

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Ross McKitrick — Video presentation

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Health issues dominate Dufferin WP hearing

WES KELLER –Orangeville Citizen — August 29, 2013 The Energy Review Board’s hearing into the Renewable Energy Approval (REA) for Dufferin Wind Power (DWP) is progressing into what observers say will be protracted arguments about health issues, and a war of words is continuing in Melancthon apart from the hearings. Threats to human, animal and plant […]

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Ontario: Economic Impact of Renewable Energy Initiative

Dianne Saxe — Mondaq — August 23, 2013 A new Sustainable Energy Initiative paper from York’s Faculty of Environmental Studies has been released, on the economic impact of renewable energy initiatives like the Green Energy Act. The paper is available here. It concludes: “the province was very late in establishing a coherent strategy for the development of the renewable […]

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Ontario’s Green Energy Act a Bad Bargain for Ontario

Ross McKitrick, Kennth P. Green Release Date:  July 4, 2013 Click here to read latest report from the Fraser Institute

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Come the Revolution

Steve Campbell — County Live.ca — June 11, 2013 This is not a column about Industrial Wind Turbines. Sort of. And it’s not a column about the rape and death of PEC Memorial Hospital. Sort of. It’s a story about what has gone wrong with Ontario and Canada. If you’re an innocent man standing at […]

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Will Wynne have the political courage to admit the Green Energy Act is an unmitigated disaster for Ontario?

Lorrie Goldstein — QMI Agency — May 19, 2013 Will Premier Kathleen Wynne have the political courage to admit the painfully obvious fact that Dalton McGuinty’s experiment with green energy has been an unmitigated disaster for Ontario? After all, without personally blaming the former premier, Wynne finally apologized last week for the Liberals’ disastrous political […]

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