NDP will write down $1.1 billion in deferred expense costs on the to reduce the amount of rate increases.
Under the terms of the merger agreement, US$103 million in termination fees go to Avista.
Move allows “new solutions” to reduce waste in landfills and recover energy; environmental groups are not sold.
Agreement commits Canada to prevent development on Indigenous land without adequate consultation.
Washington state regulators had said they would not allow Ontario’s largest utility to buy Avista for fear the provincial government might meddle in its operations.
Even with $40 billion LNG export terminal at Kitimat, Horgan claims government would still meet its emissions reduction targets.
St. Catharines propulsion plant lighting project is cutting electricity use.
The contract, covering 65 years, has earned more than $27.5 billion for Hydro-Quebec and about $2 billion for Newfoundland.
Up to 215 megawatts will flow between the provinces beginning in 2022.
BC clean tech innovator powering fusion-based emission-free electricity.
Government put green agenda ahead of Ontarians by subsidizing wind and solar power.
Big corporations are not prepared for a decentralized, decarbonized and digitized future.
Wants Public Utilities Board to assess the electricity-related activities of Nalcor Energy.
Another 9,400 litres of oil entered the cooling water system, while 9,900 litres were captured in a containment trench.
Moves send a clear signal Ontario may not be a stable location for major energy investments.