2017 in Review – Top Ten Energy Insider Posts
This has been another busy year in Canada’s energy sector. We have enjoyed following and learning about new and ongoing developments in a variety of topic areas and jurisdictions, and hope you found our blog posts informative.
We look forward to continuing our reporting in 2018 – we’re interested to see what develops in the next year as the energy sector continues to evolve and climate change policies mature. As always, if you have ideas or suggestions for things that we could address, please let us know. And if you have not already done so, sign up for our weekly newsletter that highlights our recent posts.
To recap the past year, we have collected our most read posts (including readership through our Twitter Feed) from 2017. We have also included several other posts from 2017 that we think are interesting, and that you may have missed. These ten posts cover a wide variety of subjects and discuss issues from across Canada. We hope that you find something that you had not seen before.
- Supreme Court of Canada Rejects Claim against Alberta Energy Regulator
- BCUC Determines That it Has No Jurisdiction to Approve Low-Income Rates
- Report Finds That Ontario's Time-Of-Use Pricing Shifts Electricity Consumption
- Ontario Creates Green Bank to Fund Low-Carbon Tech
- Federal Expert Panel Releases Report on Environmental Assessment Processes
- Legislation Introduced to Implement Ontario’s “Fair Hydro Plan”
- Energy Storage Developments in Canada, the U.S. and Beyond in the Last Twelve Months
- Ontario Court of Appeal Established New Privacy Rights – Utility Consumption Data and Grow Ops
- OEB Approves Gas Utilities’ 2017 Cap and Trade Compliance Plans
- OEB Plans to Introduce “Proportionate Review” of Utility Rate Applications