November 5, 2017 by Abhilasha Fullonton
(Source: Energy Insider) On October 26, 2017, Ontario’s Minister of Energy Glenn Thibeault released Ontario’s 2017 Long-Term Energy Plan (2017 LTEP). This long-awaited document is intended to set the course for Ontario’s energy supply over the coming years. While the 2017 LTEP does include some new plans and initiatives, for the most part the 2017 LTEP describes the impacts and next steps associated with already-announced items. According to the 2017 LTEP (as highlighted in the accompanying press release), the average Ontario consumer will pay less for electricity over the next ten years than what had been forecast in the 2013 LTEP. Read full article…
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