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Ontario's energy landscape is changing: with access to Quebec hydro power, a consultation to update its Long Term Energy Plan, and beginning of the massive Darlington Nuclear Plant Refurbishment

Ontario and Quebec announced the conclusion of 7 agreements on October 21, including  one will allow the two provinces to trade electricity, energy capacity and energy storage, and another to build more than 200 new high-speed charging stations for electric vehicles along the Highway 401 corridor by the end of March 2017.   240 more words

Energy Policy

Electricity rates held steady by Ontario's inept energy regulator

The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) released regulated price plan (RPP) rates for Winter 2016-17 on October 19th, leaving rates unchanged from summer 2016 rates. The lateness of the news had me expecting they were being politicized, so maintaining existing rates didn’t surprise me. 1,183 more words


Time to Ramp Up U.S. Nuclear Power!

If you’ve heard me discuss nuclear power often on my morning radio show on New Jersey 101.5 FM and our nightly Fox TV show, Chasing News, then you know that I love it. 620 more words

Nuclear Energy

Payment day for nuclear addiction in France

French year ahead baseload power ended the day yesterday at 39,9 euro per MWh, backing off from the 42,5 euro per MWh peak that it reached one week ago. 946 more words


A French Film On The History And State Of The Thorium Nuclear Industry

Very interesting, although a bit long. It definitely seems like China, if no one else, will have LFTRs in the next several of years. 9 more words

Science And Technology

Safely Reviving Nuclear Energy

By Richard Martin

MIT Technology Review

In February I flew through the interior of a machine that could represent the future of nuclear power. I was on a virtual-reality tour at the Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics in China, which plans in the next few years to build an experimental reactor whose design makes a meltdown far less likely. 522 more words