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Posted in: Energy Policy | Ontario | Utility Mergers

Apr 29, 2015

LDC Consolidation and the 2015 Ontario Budget: Opening the Door to the Private Sector

On April 23, 2015, the Ontario Finance Minister released the 2015 provincial budget ("Budget 2015"). Often a non-event from the perspective of Ontario's local electricity distribution companies (LDCs), this year there is much to consider.

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