Articles filed under General from Ontario

Ontario government axes wind projects

Citing savings to ratepayers, Ontario has announced the cancellation of 758 renewable energy contracts, including several wind energy projects. ...All of the cancelled projects have not reached project development milestones; terminating the projects at this early stage will maximize benefits for ratepayers, the government claims.
17 Jul 2018

Otter Creek Wind Farm making turbine foundation changes

The owners of the proposed 12-turbine Otter Creek Wind Farm north of Wallaceburg say they will not be using foundations that require pile driving, and will instead be using a spreadfoot system that requires a few metres of foundation depth. Boralex said the decision was made to appease members of the community who have expressed concern over pile driving.
13 Jul 2018

Cancelled wind farm to cost Ontario ratepayers $100 million plus: Company

Ontario’s Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) gave the final approval for the project during the election campaign in May. MacRae characterized the “notice to proceed” as a housekeeping document to confirm that the company had all its ducks in a row but the Tories are characterizing it as a breach of the convention that governments avoid big decisions during elections.
10 Jul 2018

Ontario Government Shares Top Legislative Priorities; White Pines wind project cancelled

TORONTO — Upon the resumption of the legislature, the people of Ontario can expect to see urgent action to protect York University students from the ongoing labour dispute and repeal Ontario's cap-and-trade carbon tax law from the books, Minister of Government and Consumer Services and Government House Leader Todd Smith announced today.
10 Jul 2018

Council gives green light to controversial wind turbine project on Amherst Island

The president of the Association to Protect Amherst Island says she’s disappointed with what she calls a lack of transparency on the township’s part. “The township has not established very clearly what the boundary of the roads are. So owners are concerned that the property is going to be used without their consent,” said Michelle Lelay of the Association to Protect Amherst Island.
11 Aug 2017

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