Wind, solar and biomass policies have resulted in high additional costs for consumers.
As the prime minister tours the country, he can see how his policies are making things worse—not better.
Affordable energy is to the economy what oxygen is to the human body.
The prime minister threw not one, but two of his own party’s premiers under the bus.
Renewable energy sources require 100 per cent backup power.
In 2014, Vancouver residents and businesses used about 21 million gigajoules of natural gas-derived energy.
Consumers will pay $9.2 billion more for renewables under the current plan than Ontario’s previous program.
In 2013, 30 per cent of households earning $27,000 or less had to devote 10 per cent or more of their expenditures to energy.
Ontario electricity prices are rising much faster than inflation and worse than the national electricity costs trend.
Ontario can offer some painful examples of what can happen when you abandon coal for renewables.