We have been advised that fraudulent emails and faxes regarding unclaimed insurance money have been received by members of the public from a source claiming to be Aird & Berlis LLP. These communications are not from Aird & Berlis LLP. Disregard them and do not engage with the sender in any way. Please report the attempted fraud by contacting the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre.

Recent Energy Insider Posts

Posted in: British Columbia | Facilities | Practice & Procedure

Insights EnergyInsider
Supreme Court of Canada Confirms B.C. Cannot Stop Trans Mountain Expansion By David Stevens Jan 17, 2020 On January 16, the Supreme Court of Canada dismissed an appeal from the Government of British Columbia that sought to confirm that BC has jurisdiction to regulate the shipment of “heavy oil” through the province. In a unanimous judgment issued from the bench the same day as the appeal was heard, ...

Posted in: Ontario | Energy Policy | Energy Storage | Practice & Procedure

Insights EnergyInsider
OEB Decision Confirms Policy and Treatment of Behind-the-Meter Storage Is a Topic for the Responding to DERs Consultation By David Stevens Jan 10, 2020 A recent decision by the Ontario Energy Board in Toronto Hydro’s “Custom IR” rate application confirms that utilities wishing to include behind-the-meter storage in their regulated operations should seek policy changes in the OEB’s ongoing Responding to Distributed Energy Resources consultation.

Posted in: Ontario | Practice & Procedure | Canada (Federal)

Insights EnergyInsider
Canada (Minister Of Citizenship And Immigration) v. Vavilov: Supreme Court of Canada Revisits the Standard of Review By Matthew Helfand Jan 07, 2020 In Canada (Minister Of Citizenship And Immigration) v. Vavilov, the Supreme Court of Canada charts a new course forward for determining the standard of review that applies when a court reviews the merits of an administrative decision.

Posted in: Facilities | Ontario | Climate Change / Renewables | Energy Policy

Insights EnergyInsider
Ontario Minister of the Environment Revokes Approval of Under-Construction Wind Farm Project By David Stevens Dec 12, 2019 On December 4, Ontario’s Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks granted an appeal overturning the approval of the Nation Rise Wind Farm in North Stormont, Ontario.