Make it easier for private citizens to purchase and install solar or wind generators for their homes, or small businesses. Eliminate the taxes on the purchase or installation of small scale solar or wind generators. Increase incentives for people living off-grid or applying to MicroFIT. This will solve our energy crisis, future energy crisis, lower the grid demand, decrease our dependance on dirty energy and clean ...more »
WHEREAS, billions of electricity dollars are being contracted for new electricity generation; and WHEREAS, Ontarians are making significant investments in electricity generation by providing public land, a public grid and a regulated price structure that is designed to ensure electricity generation is profitable. Yet, Ontarians ...more »
Industrial wind turbines are useless, dangerous, not green, costly - in short, a complete failure.
Reduce the amount of electricity being given away and producers paid to NOT produce electricity by ending the installation of Wind Turbines as of now. Impose a moratorium on existing approved wind projects until all issues regarding these structures have been appropriately studied. Independant studies of Environmental, Health, Agricultural and Economical issues need to be completed.
we have the best mix of solar,gas,hydro....wind and solar are an undependable,unproductive,unneeded waste of funds,doubling hydro costs for next 20 years that we don't need anyway...less power required now than 15 years ago with business fleeing the province....stop the gravy train at peoples expense...less approved projects,less compensation claims later....cancel fit giveaway...SOONER THE CHEAPER.....
Ontario needs to end its silence on the climate issue and build on the Green Energy Act. Climate change is a reality and we need to lead with a solution that provides a positive impact on the economy of Ontario. We can not allow ourselves to be last out of the gate or to be misled into a regressive carbon tax. We need an approach that creates jobs and adds to the economic activity of the province.