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Electricity Rebates For Multi-Unit Complexes In Ontario
New regulations introduced on October 22, 2019 mean that your electricity bill could be increasing by up to 31.8% on November 1 unless you take prompt action.
Canada
11 Nov 2019
2
What the new Doug Ford Government means for the Energy Sector – A detailed analysis
With a new majority provincial government now fully in control of Ontario's policy landscape, McMillan LLP and McMillan Policy Vantage Group are pleased to provide their insight into what lies ahead for clients and investors in the Energy sector.
Canada
5 Jul 2018
3
Redwater Energy - Take 3
The Supreme Court of Canada has granted leave to appeal to the Alberta Energy Regulator and the Orphan Well Association to appeal the Alberta Court of Appeal's decision in Orphan Well Association v Grant Thornton Limited (2017 ABCA 124).
Canada
10 Nov 2017
4
Appeal Dismissed: Decision Of The Alberta Court Of Appeal In Re Redwater Confirms Paramountcy Of BIA
The Alberta Court of Appeal has dismissed the appeal brought by the Alberta Energy Regulator and the Orphan Well Association from the decision of the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta...
Canada
25 Apr 2017
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Solar Energy Incentives In Alberta: It's Just The Beginning
Traditionally, the prosperity of Alberta was fuelled by an abundance of attainable hydro-carbons.
Canada
24 Feb 2016
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A Crude Wake Up Call: What The Price Of Oil Means For Reserve-Based Lending
Since 2014, energy prices have precipitously declined by nearly 60% and are expected to remain depressed for the remainder of 2015.
Canada
9 Oct 2015
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Shining A Light On Solar Panels: Government Promotion Of Renewable Energy Leads To Trade Disputes And Trade Remedies
In June 2015, the Canada Border Services Agency made final determinations that solar panels originating in, or exported from, China and used for solar electrical power generation, were sold ("dumped") into Canada at lower than fair market prices and were subsidized by government in China.
Canada
5 Oct 2015
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What Do The Recent Site C Decisions Mean For Major Projects In British Columbia?
Over the past month, the British Columbia Supreme Court and the Federal Court have rendered a set of decisions pertaining to the Site C Clean Energy Project.
Canada
30 Sep 2015
9
What Does Aboriginal Title Mean For Mining In British Columbia?
The decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in Tsilhqot'in v. BC has received a great deal of attention and has caused people to ask some important questions.
Canada
9 Jul 2014
10
Ontario Election 2014: Party Positions On FIT Contracts
Renewable energy developers with Feed-in Tariff ("FIT") Contracts from the Ontario Power Authority ("OPA") should be aware of the evolving position of the Ontario PC Party in the lead up to the June 12 election, and of the absence of any detailed position from the Liberals or NDP.
Canada
3 Jun 2014
11
The Energy Storage Procurement Framework – Phase I Commencing In March 2014
Conservation through innovation is an essential component of the Long-Term Energy Plan (the "LTEP"), released by the Ontario Ministry of Energy (the "MOE") on December 2, 2013.
Canada
8 Mar 2014
12
Budget 2014: Significant Tax Changes Affecting The Canadian Resource And Energy Sector
Budget 2014 contained two changes of particular interest to the Canadian resource and energy sectors
Canada
17 Feb 2014
13
Ontario's Long-Term Energy Plan, 2013: "Achieving Balance" Through Clean Energy, Conservation & Innovation
On December 2, 2013, the Government of Ontario's Ministry of Energy (the "MOE") released its latest Long-Term Energy Plan ("LTEP").
Canada
16 Dec 2013
14
New Regulation Regarding The 450 MW Block Of Wind Energy In Quebec
The Regulation respecting a 450-megawatt block of wind energy1 was published by the Quebec Government on November 13, 2013. - See more at: http://www.mcmillan.ca/new-regulation-regarding-the-450-MW-block-of-wind-energy-in-Quebec#sthash.oZ1b28ql.dpuf
Canada
21 Nov 2013
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Ontario Energy Board's Power To Order Restitution Confirmed
The Divisional Court has recently confirmed that the Ontario Energy Board ("OEB") may order a party which has contravened an "enforceable provision" to pay restitution to those affected by the breach. The case involved retail energy marketing but appears to support broad remedial powers across a wide range of the OEB's regulatory mandate.
Canada
30 Jul 2013
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P3s In Wastewater Treatment Facilities: Opportunities For Municipalities
The Canadian market may soon see new opportunities and unique challenges for public-private partnerships ("P3s") in water assets as municipalities across Canada prepare to face costly upgrades to wastewater infrastructure.
Canada
8 Nov 2012
17
Plans Of Arrangement: The Corporate "Swiss Army Knife"
The petroleum industry, which is characterized by volatile commodity prices, provides a fertile environment for business acquisitions, combinations and reorganizations.
Canada
15 Oct 2012
18
Ontario's Green Energy Feed-In Tariff Program Re-Launched And Revised
After a six month freeze in renewable energy procurement, the Ontario Government's mandated biennial review of the terms and structure of its flagship Feed-in Tariff Program ("FIT") is finally complete.
Canada
29 Mar 2012
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Clarification Of Ontario PC Party's Plans For Feed-In Tariff Program
Further to the Energy Law bulletin we circulated in May regarding the Ontario PC Party's pledge to cancel Ontario's Feed-In Tariff Program if elected on October 6, 2011, the Party released its formal policy platform, entitled Changebook , earlier this month.
Canada
8 Aug 2011
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Between Fear and Hope: Recession, Obama And The Future Of The Kyoto Protocol
The future of a global climate treaty is still up in the air a few weeks after the end of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (“UNFCC”) held in Poznan, Poland in December 2008.
Canada
6 Apr 2009
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