Save your energy: getting the job done coming or going
Plant loading docks and high-speed doors combine to offer opportunities for big energy savings.
Is this “good-bye” Ontario?
Coalition calls for government action as soaring energy and carbon costs drive small and mid-sized companies out of the province.
Toronto manufacturer says high hydro rates have forced move to US plant
Leland Industries is moving its manufacturing capacity, and 220 jobs, to Illinois.
Liberals to remove Ontario portion of HST from hydro bills
HST reduction will save the Ontario households about $130 a year, the government says.
The Ontario energy enigma
A Q&A with AMPCO’s Adam White.
Sale of 15% of Hydro One shares, special dividends net over $5B
Ontario Liberals raises about $1.8 billion from the sale; will be used to pay down stranded debt from Ontario Hydro.
Nozzles deliver pressures up to 100 psi
Concentrated flat-fan pattern, loops.
Wynne’s business burdens
Adding to the cost of doing business doesn’t help manufacturers and makes attracting investment to the province even more difficult.
Ontario businesses call on province to curb rising electricity prices
Ont. Chamber of Commerce says rising costs could force one in 20 companies out of business.
Cascades investing $26M to expand Quebec cardboard plant
Will install new process that produces biofuel derived from natural plant polymer.
Putting power into conservation
Four steps to triple bottom line savings.
INSIDE MAINTENANCE: Smart energy management
It saves you money.
NWT three-year power plan reduces costs, shifts to renewables
The government will spend about $31 million over the next three years, including investments in hydroelectricity and wind power.
Ontario vows to be first on continent to ban coal fired electricity generation
Ontario Liberals plan to introduce legislation that would keep generating stations from ever burning coal again once it’s eliminated in 2014.
Ontario Power Generation wants 30% rate hike for nuclear generation
The increase would add about $5.36 each month to the bill for typical residential customers.