My brother Lyle has just released his second book. What a delightful read!
Archive for May, 2008
The International Energy Agency has ordered an inquiry into whether or not the world has hit peak oil. This is an organization focussed in mainstream thinking, and provides advice to its 27 member countries of the OECD.
I came across some more interesting statistics on electricity generation in Europe in Windpower Monthly.
Windpower Monthly, the wind industry bible, reported on the BTM Consult annual update and forecast on the wind market worldwide. It is most encouraging.
The evolution of electricity policy is sometimes funny. Today, the Ontario Energy Board announced some prospective changes to the Distribution System Code. George Orwell must work at the OEB.
The Ontario Power Authority (OPA) announced new restrictions on the Standard Offer that will make it even more difficult for Ontario to achieve its renewable energy goals.
Ridership on the Go system in the Greater Toronto Area rose by 7.5% from a year ago. Is it back to the future for transportation?
Germany has proposed to increase the price they pay for wind energy for newly constructed wind farms. This has significant implications for Ontario’s Standard Offer Program.