Scott Stinson: Is McGuinty’s energy strategy an ‘unmitigated disaster’ or just plain embarrassing?
On Monday, a breezy day in which wind energy accounted for a relatively robust 1,456 MW of capacity at 6 p.m., Ontario was exporting more than 1,700 MW, at market prices, at the exact same time. The province pays $135 per megawatt of wind energy, as mandated by the Green Energy Act. The market price of electricity at 6 p.m. on Monday: $16.50 per MW.
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