The proposal is the first under a new program that allows electricity customers to buy more renewable energy than required under state portfolio standards.
Will be world’s second biggest source of energy by 2016.
The accusations come on the heels of an OPP investigation following Ontario’s privacy watchdog report that found top Liberals broke the law by deleting their accounts.
Utilities investing in natural gas plants rather than refurbishing old reactors or lobbying regulators to approve new facilities.
Top polluter, China, posted smallest emissions increase in the past 10 years; U.S. emissions declined by 3.8 per cent.
Financial firm expects Newfoundland & Labrador to lead regional growth in 2013 at five per cent
Report proposes setting cap on emissions by energy producers
Privately-owned utility expected to buy roughly 500,000 tonnes of biomass fuel for 60-megawatt plant
Brad Duguid learned of cancellation in meeting with TransCanada Enterprise executives
Province loses out on jobs, revenue, by shipping to other jurisdictions