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The Society Advocates evidence-based, long-term planning for the energy sector

October 1, 2013

PowerlinesThe Society made a robust submission to the Ministry of Energy’s Long-term Energy Plan (LTEP) consultation on September 16.With policy development led by the Technical Advisory Committee and its chair David Brown, the cornerstone of The Society’s LTEP submission was the belief that the energy sector works best for Ontarians when decisions are made through evidence-based, long-term planning.

Other topics addressed in the submission include The Society’s position on conservation and demand management programs, nuclear generation, natural gas, conversion of fossil fuel-heavy generation stations, hydroelectric generation, non-hydro renewables, energy storage, transmission planning, smart grid, and engagement with Aboriginal peoples.

To read The Society’s full LTEP submission, click here.


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