Ontario is witnessing a rare and possibly unique convergence of attention on electricity sector governance amongst energy professionals, practitioners and stakeholders. Considering that a provincial election is less than a year away, the discussion could be taking place at a particularly critical stage of the policy development process.
APPrO published a statement August 8 saying that the provincial government was right to reject a reported sole source energy offer from Hydro-Québec.
The IESO’s Market Renewal project will result in some of the biggest changes in our sector in recent memory.
Ontario Energy Minister Glenn Thibeault said that the government of Ontario would be changing provincial rules to remove obstacles that have discouraged electricity storage.
Sault Ste. Marie may soon become known as a leading example in the field of electricity distribution infrastructure.
People from across the energy sector are gearing up for the 29th Annual Canadian Power Conference (APPrO 2017) in Toronto.
As Canada navigates the profound shift in its energy landscape, innovation, unique perspectives and a cohesive vision are fundamental to an efficient transition.
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