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Tesla last week stood up for energy storage and distributed energy resources (DER), telling the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) that it should consider these assets carefully as it looks to define what makes a resilient power grid. In May 9 comments filed with...

source: Renewable Energy World

Doug Ford says a Progressive Conservative government would cut gas prices by 10 cents a litre in Ontario, including by reducing the gas tax, but he wasn't clear on how he would replace the lost revenue. The Tory leader said he’d...

source: The Canadian Press via 570 News

Brady Yauch, executive director and economist at the Consumer Policy Institute, a division of Energy Probe Research Foundation, writes: "Soaring electricity rates have become a financial burden to both households and businesses...

source: Toronto Star

Northland Power Inc. has filed a preliminary short form base shelf prospectus with the securities regulatory authorities in each of the provinces of Canada. This filing, when made final, will replace Northland's expiring $500 million base shelf prospectus and will enable...

source: NationTalk

Power Breakfast Series: The Electric Car Revolution: Hope or Hype? Toronto Region Board of Trade, 4th Floor Lennox Hall b>Date: Thursday, May 24 Register Platts 13th Annual Northeast Power and Gas Markets Conference New York, NY Dates: May 30-June 1 Register IESO Electricity...


The price of electricity in Ontario has long been a sore point for many in the province, with the governing Liberals being taken to task for rising hydro rates for years. But how does the system work? And would proposals put forward...

source: National Post


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