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Posted in: Ontario | Energy Policy | Conservation

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Ontario Government Proposes to Mandate “Green Button” Tool to Allow Energy Consumers to Access and Share Their Consumption Data By David Stevens and Sara Abhari Oct 21, 2020 On October 8, the Ontario Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines issued a regulatory ... On October 8, the Ontario Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines issued a regulatory proposal indicating that electricity and gas utilities across the province will be required to implement “Green Button”.

Posted in: Energy Policy | Ontario | Conservation

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Ontario Minister of Energy Directs IESO to Deliver a New Conservation and Demand Management Framework By David Stevens and Christian Nianiaris Oct 09, 2020 On September 30, the Minister of Energy, Northern Development and Mines approved a Minister’s Dir... On September 30, the Minister of Energy, Northern Development and Mines approved a Minister’s Directive requiring the Independent Electricity System Operator to establish a new four-year electricity conservation and demand management framework.
Climate Change Litigation: ENvironnement JEUnesse v. Canada Update Sep 26, 2019 As we discussed in a prior article, climate change litigation has come to Canada. In November 2018, an environmental group called ENvironment JEUnesse (ENJEU or Jeunesse) applied to the court to authorize a class action against the Canadian government on behalf of Quebecers aged 35 and unde...

Posted in: Ontario | Conservation | Climate Change / Renewables

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Ontario Creates Green Bank to Fund Low-Carbon Tech Apr 04, 2017 As promised in the Climate Change Action Plan, Ontario recently announced the creation of the Ontario Climate Change Solutions Deployment Corporation, also known as the Green Bank. The new provincial agency was created by the recently enacted regulation, Ontario Climate Change Solutions Deploymen...

Posted in: Canada (Federal) | Conservation | Environmental Issues

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Feds Issue Proposed Pollution Prevention Plan Notice for Hydrazine Use in Electricity Generating Facilities May 22, 2015 On April 18, 2015, the federal Department of the Environment published a proposed notice under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999, requiring persons within the electricity sector to prepare and implement pollution prevention plans in res...

Posted in: Energy Policy | Ontario | Ratemaking | Conservation

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OEB Determines That All Residential Electricity Customers Will Move to Fixed Charges for Distribution By David Stevens Apr 16, 2015 On April 2, 2015, the Ontario Energy Board released its Board Policy on Rate Design for Electricity Residential Customers. The Policy requires that all residential electricity customers in Ontario will pay a fixed charge for the electricity distribution po...
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