WYNNE GOVERNMENT PULLS PLUG ON MORE GREEN ENERGY

Sep 27, 2016

By Bob Komsic

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Saying the Independent Electricity System Operator’s planning outlook determined the province has a robust supply for the next decade, the Wynne Liberals are cancelling plans to sign contracts for more solar, wind and other renewable energy sources.
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Energy Minister Glenn Thibeault says the decision’s expected to save Ontario up to $3.8-billion in costs from its 2013 long-term plan, as well as help keep about $2.45 a month from being tacked on your hydro bill.
Thibeault adds the government’s investments in the electricity system over the past decade mean the province has a ”strong supply of clean power.”
The minister adds he’s still looking at ways to reduce costs in the next long-term energy plan, that’s scheduled to come up next year.
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