Lawrence Solomon National Post September 18, 2002 Rooftop power plants are sprouting in California, a state that has suffered from volatile power costs and electricity shortages, and before the end of the year, they’ll be sprouting in New York and …
The opening of Ontario’s electricity market this week is a milestone, but it’s one that perplexes many Ontarians.
Manitoba Hydro’s plans to invest billions in more dams are compromised by its status as a Crown corporation.
Despite the horror stories from Alberta and California, the arguments for privatizing and deregulating Manitoba Hydro are sound.
California’s deregulated power industry, in which producers can sell electricity for whatever the traffic will bear, was supposed to deliver cheaper, cleaner power.
The mother of Canada’s social democratic movement changing her ways?
The Filmon Government has fumbled the “big picture” ball miserably with its poorly thought out and unnecessary half-billion dollar expansion of a subsidized energy monopoly.