Premier Dalton McGuinty keeps putting lipstick on the pig that is his green energy policy. Last week, he announced small downward adjustments to future, 20-year Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) contracts with green energy producers, that are driving up the cost of electricity for consumers.
But it’s too little, too late to avoid the economic and social disaster McGuinty has already inflicted. Despite earlier musings he would give municipalities more say in where renewable energy projects go, McGuinty refused to remove the veto his Green Energy Act gives the province over local input into such decisions. Read article