Canadian Electric Utility Hydro Quebec Considers Higher Rates For Bitcoin Miners Hydro-Quebec said it may consider raising its rates for energy-hogging cryptocurrency miners. Hydro-Québec is a public utility that manages the generation, transmission, and distribution of electricity in Quebec, Canada. It is a state-owned enterprise based in Montreal. Its residential power rates are among the … Continue reading Canadian Electric Utility #Hydro_Quebec Considers Higher Rates For #Bitcoin Miners
Energy storage in Ontario – Where do we stand? Since the release of last Long Term Energy Plan (LTEP), in 2013, the share of wind, solar, and bioenergy capacity in Ontario’s supply mix has grown from 9 per cent to over 18 per cent. Increased utilization of renewables, especially when integrated with local generation systems, … Continue reading Energy storage in #Ontario – Where do we stand?
Is solar+storage eligible for net metering in Massachusetts? Tesla and others want to know A key emerging use for energy storage is pairing it with solar power, but, as is often the case, technology and business strategies are ahead of regulations. Massachusetts could be the first state to provide comprehensive guidance focused solely on pairing … Continue reading Is solar + storage eligible for net metering in #Massachusetts? #Tesla and others want to know
The ITC Lake Erie Connector Project Included in Ontario’s 2017 Long-Term Energy Plan NOVI, Mich., Oct. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — ITC Lake Erie Connector LLC commends the Ontario Government on its 2017 Long-Term Energy Plan and charting a path for a more reliable, efficient and affordable energy future for the province, including a focus on … Continue reading The ITC #Lake_Erie_Connector Project Included in Ontario’s 2017 Long-Term Energy Plan
Why nuclear power is the backbone of Ontario’s clean electricity system John Barrett is the president and CEO of the Canadian Nuclear Association, a non-profit organization that represents the nuclear energy industry in Canada. In an opinion piece published August 25, energy analyst Richard Laszlo wrote that nuclear power was a costly, dying technology. Nothing … Continue reading Why nuclear power is the backbone of #Ontario ’s clean electricity system
Lake Erie power line plan moves ahead The line, expected to cost $1 billion, is designed to carry up to 1,000 megawatts, enough electricity to power more than 800,000 homes. Another hurdle has been cleared for the construction of the ITC Lake Erie Connector, a 73-mile power electric transmission line that would connect Ontario with … Continue reading Lake Erie power line plan moves ahead