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Nowadays, we are often told that wind and solar are the cheapest forms of electricity generation. We also hear statements like, “This 80 MW solar project will produce over … Continue reading
Contributed by Jim Hunter and Ken Gregory, P. Eng. © 2021
Updated Mar. 31, 2021 to respond to an on-line comment regarding the use of the municipal borrowing rate of … Continue reading
Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2020
Evaluating Global Climate Policy Expenditures – A Summary
In September 2020 a group of scientists published an article in an open access scientific journal … Continue reading
Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2020. Lyman’s bio can be read here.
In a previous report and post entitled, “Broken Promises: Why Renewables Offer No Resilient Recovery: … Continue reading
A Guest Blog Submission
Canadians are being told that solar panels are a worthwhile investment and that they provide energy independence and a return on investment – sometimes even a … Continue reading
Contributed by Grégoire Canlorbe © 2017 These are the opinions of the author and interviewee. Updated with additional citations/links April 12, 2018 at 11:14 AM MST.
Dutch journalist of RTL-Z, Roderick Veelo wrote an enthusiastic review of Marijn Poels’ independent documentary, “The Uncertainty Has Settled” which was screened in the European Parliament on Oct. 18, 2017.… Continue reading
Opinion Contributed by Michelle Stirling © 2017
On Oct. 19, 2017, I attended a University of Calgary, Haskayne School of Business presentation by David Jacoby, President of Boston Strategies International. … Continue reading
Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2017
Robert Lyman is an Ottawa energy policy consultant, former public servant of 27 years and a diplomat for 10 years prior to that.
For … Continue reading