Liberals may have quit Queen’s Park but haven’t quit “screwing Ontario’s electrical consumers”!

Posted: December 5, 2012 in Uncategorized

I guess just because you say you’ve quit your post in politics doesn’t mean you can’t keep flushing Ontario Citizen’s hard earned dollars down the proverbial toilet with The Green Energy Scam running rampant!

After all, the Liberal Government has a lot of back room buddies to take care of before they are thrown in the waste basket of history this coming Spring when their party is literally destroyed and labelled “done like a turkey dinner”!

Bentley opens the “window” or “door” so to speak for more Feed in Tariff Contracts on December 14th just to add more salt to the wounds of our lost financial future!

If you think the broken contracts with the moving of gas plants this year was costly to Ontario Tax Payers, just wait and see the lawyers fees for the broken FIT contracts that Bentley and gang are signing!

Don’t you think that once a person is hit by a bus crossing the road they may think twice about crossing the road again?…………………….Not these guys!

Onward and downward goes the economy………………Thanks, you Green Scammers!!!

Ontario opens door for more renewable energy

December 04, 2012 John Spears Business Reporter

Ontario energy minister Chris Bentley has shrugged off concerns about a looming World Trade Organization ruling that’s likely to go against the province’s renewable energy policies. REUTERS

Ontario energy minister Chris Bentley has shrugged off concerns about a looming World Trade Organization ruling that’s likely to go against the province’s renewable energy policies.

He did so Tuesday, after announcing that the province will proceed with another 200 megawatts of small scale renewable energy projects under the feed-in tariff program that triggered the trade complaint.

The trade ruling, which takes aim at the domestic content requirements in Ontario’s green energy projects, hasn’t been made public.

But all the parties in the dispute, launched against Canada by Japan and the European Union, have seen a draft ruling, and no one is denying it goes against Canada.

Canada’s feed-in tariff program pays fixed, above-market rates for power from wind and solar projects. But to qualify for the rates, developers must source minimum amounts of their goods and services in Ontario.

Bentley hinted that the province may be willing to tweak its rules.

“There’s a lot of discussion, there are a lot of options,” he told reporters Tuesday. “I don’t want to get ahead of a body that hasn’t formally issued its ruling.”

But he said Ontario – which can ask the federal government to appeal the ruling once it’s announced – isn’t backing away.

“We believe we were in compliance with our international obligations,” he said.

“We’re always said it was important to grow the industry – not only to make sure we have clean, green generation but in a way to support Ontario jobs and investment

“If you look around the world, just about every jurisdiction supports its own jobs and investment.”

Green energy projects have also drawn fire in Ontario. Neighbours of wind farms, in particular, have complained about the projects. Arguing they’re unsightly, cause health problems and kill wildlife.

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