Ontario’s Long-Term Energy Planning Framework

 The Ministry of Energy, Northern Development, and Mines is reviewing Ontario’s long-term energy planning framework with a view to implementing a new, more transparent, predictable, and reliable planning process. CELA with the Low Income Energy Network (LIEN) has responded to this consultation (ERO #019-3007).

Blog: Ontario releases 2017 Long-Term Energy Plan

Blog post by Monica Poremba, CELA Counsel on October 27, 2017 On October 26, the Ministry of Energy released the Ontario’s 2017 Long-Term Energy Plan (LTEP). While there was no mention of building new nuclear reactors, the Ontario government maintains its commitment to refurbishing…

Guest Blog: Too much power? Then why keep Pickering running?

Blog post by Angela Bischoff, Outreach Director, Ontario Clean Air Alliance on October 6, 2016 Citing a surplus of power, the Wynne government pulled the plug Tuesday on its Large Renewable Procurement (LRP) process for acquiring wind and solar power at highly…

Media Release: Ontario’s Energy Bill is a set up for more gas plant fiascos, say environmentalists

Media Release Toronto - The Wynne government’s proposed changes to Ontario’s energy planning laws will increase secrecy and the potential for more gas plant fiascos, say environmental groups. The Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA), Greenpeace and the Green Energy Coalition (GEC) will…

Letter to Ontario Energy Board Regarding Conservation First and Demand-Side Management Framework

Title: Letter to Ontario Energy Board Regarding Conservation First and Demand-Side Management Framework Resource Type: Letter Content: OEB-DSM-Ltr-Mulitple-Groups # of Pages: 3 Date authored: November 19, 2014 Publication number: 1011 Author/s: Tim Gray, 10 signatory organizations, including CELA Author Organization:…