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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”.
Ontario Proposes to Change Net Metering Regulation to Support “Community-Based Energy Systems” By David Stevens and Emily Chittick Oct 20, 2020 On October 8, 2020, the Ministry of Energy, Development and Mines posted a regulatory proposal de... On October 8, 2020, the Ministry of Energy, Development and Mines posted a regulatory proposal detailing planned amendments to Ontario’s Net Metering Regulation to allow for “demonstration of community net-metering projects.”

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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.

Posted in: Energy Policy | Ontario | Practice & Procedure

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New Governance Structure for the Ontario Energy Board is Now in Place By David Stevens Oct 02, 2020 On October 1, the Ontario government announced that the Ontario Energy Board’s new governance str... On October 1, the Ontario government announced that the Ontario Energy Board’s new governance structure is now in place. The new governance structure reflects the changes made previously in Bill 87.