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Posted in: Ontario | Environmental Issues | Canada (Federal) | Energy Policy | Carbon pricing

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Ontario’s Carbon Emissions Standards to Replace the Federal Regime for Large Emitters in the Province By David Stevens and Sara Abhari Sep 25, 2020 On September 21, 2020, the Ontario Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks announced ... On September 21, 2020, the Ontario Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks announced that the federal government has accepted Ontario’s Emissions Performance Standards as an alternative to the federal carbon pricing regime.

Posted in: Practice & Procedure | Ratemaking | Ontario

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OEB Upholds Decision Eliminating Hydro One’s Seasonal Rates By Fred D. Cass Sep 23, 2020 The Ontario Energy Board has dismissed a motion to review and vary its 2015 decision that Hydro O... The Ontario Energy Board has dismissed a motion to review and vary its 2015 decision that Hydro One Networks Inc. eliminate its seasonal customer class and move existing seasonal customers to one of three Hydro One residential rate classes on the basis of density.
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Ron Clark Appointed to the Board of Directors of QUEST By Ron W. Clark Sep 11, 2020 Ron Clark, partner at Aird & Berlis and a member of the firm’s Energy Group, has been appointed t... Ron Clark, partner at Aird & Berlis and a member of the firm’s Energy Group, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of QUEST, a national non-government organization that works to accelerate the adoption of efficient and integrated community-scale energy systems in Canada by informing, inspi...

Posted in: Ontario | Ratemaking | Consumer Protection

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Changes Coming for Ontario Electricity Consumers By David Stevens Sep 09, 2020 The Ontario Energy Board has now issued final amendments to the Standard Supply Service Code to s... The Ontario Energy Board has now issued final amendments to the Standard Supply Service Code to support the customer election process necessary to switch from time-of-use pricing to tiered pricing.