Welcoming A New Blog Affiliate!

Please welcome our new blog affiliate – Northern Currents – run by Josh.It’s been awhile since I’ve had the pleasure of doing this, as blogs have waned in social media popularity since their heyday a decade / 15 years ago. Still, some of us are still around, and we welcome

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New Solar in Ontario

Ontario isn’t as GD senseless as Saskatchewan’s government. They actually have somewhat of a Feed In Tariff program underway. The Ontario Power Authority has just extended its solar feed-in tariff program and selected another 99 MW of solar power projects to receive payments from it. This comes from 330 new

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Happy Holidays

I thought we’d holiday up the page a bit for the.. uh.. holidays! Happy Holidays/Merry Christmas/Happy New Year to all of our affiliates and readers! Scott PS – No voting is enabled with this theme.. but I’m sure you’ll not mind it missing for a few days.

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Another fleet sunk

When financial people mention “sunk costs,” they refer to expenditures that cannot be recovered. Almost 15 years ago, BC politicians learned the investment of hundreds of millions for fast ferries had to be reclassified. If the PacifiCats had not themselves sunk, their costs had. That outcome provided a field day

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