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by:Newland     2019-10-31
TORONTO —
The new Progressive Conservative government in Ontario canceled 758 renewable energy contracts, saying it was an effort by the province to reduce electricity costs.
Energy Minister Greg Rickford said the move would save provincial taxpayers $0. 79 billion.
An industry insider disagrees, saying that canceling orders will only bring unemployment to small businesses.
Rick Ford said in a statement on Friday that the government plans to introduce legislation during the summer meeting to protect water and electricity consumers from any costs incurred by the cancellation of the contract.
\"For 15 years, families and businesses in Ontario have been forced to pay too much water and electricity, so that the government can spend on unnecessary and expensive energy plans,\" Rickford said . \".
\"Those days are over.
\"The government announcement does not indicate which specific projects are being canceled.
Rick Ford said the move was part of a pledge by Progressive Conservatives in the spring elections to end these projects.
He said: \"We have a clear commitment that as part of our plan, we will eliminate these unnecessary and wasteful energy projects and reduce the price of water and electricity for families, farmers and small businesses.
\"Over the past few weeks, we have taken important steps to achieve this commitment.
John Gorman, president of the Solar Industry Association of Canada, said the government\'s decision to cancel the projects was \"rash \".
\"It has nothing to do with big businesses,\" he said . \"
\"This is about small roof projects owned by farmers, school boards, municipalities and First Nations groups.
The people who will be hurt are installers, contractors and engineers: local people, little ones who have accumulated experience in solar manufacturing in the past few years.
Gorman said the decision could trigger a lawsuit, saying the cancellation of the contract would not lower the price of water and electricity.
\"It\'s ridiculous to try to link the cancellation of these small roof projects to saving people\'s electricity bills,\" he said . \".
\"This is only because of the losses and losses caused by taking action before thinking.
NDP energy critic Peter Tabuns said the decision to cancel the renewable energy contract would harm thousands of jobs in the province.
The party called on Ford to stop canceling the contract before determining the impact. \"Mr.
Tabuns said in a statement: \"Ford\'s War on Science and the environment may please his friends in the background and fulfill his promise to social conservatives who support his campaign.
\"But for the rest of us, it will mean unemployment, billions of dollars wasted and tangible environmental damage.
Mike Schreiner, leader of the Green Party, said the cancellation of the plan meant the province would abandon the global renewable energy industry. The global renewable energy industry, worth billions of dollars, is a proven
Schreiner added that the decision also sent some negative signals to the business community about the province.
\"These types of contract cancellations put Ontario at significant financial risk,\" he said . \".
\"On top of that, they also convey the message that Ontario is not a safe place to do business.
What company would like to invest in a province that tore up the contract without any notice and without any due process?
\"Earlier this week, the Tory government said it would introduce legislation to remove wind projects in Eastern Ontario that are only a few weeks away from completion.
WPD Canada, the behind-the-scenes Company for the green energy project, which has been developed for nearly a decade, said that the cost of canceling the contract could exceed $100 million and warned that, the dispute may be brought to court.
Canadian media Sean Jefferies reports
The new Progressive Conservative government in Ontario canceled 758 renewable energy contracts, saying it was an effort by the province to reduce electricity costs.
Energy Minister Greg Rickford said the move would save provincial taxpayers $0. 79 billion.
An industry insider disagrees, saying that canceling orders will only bring unemployment to small businesses.
Rick Ford said in a statement on Friday that the government plans to introduce legislation during the summer meeting to protect water and electricity consumers from any costs incurred by the cancellation of the contract.
\"For 15 years, families and businesses in Ontario have been forced to pay too much water and electricity, so that the government can spend on unnecessary and expensive energy plans,\" Rickford said . \".
\"Those days are over.
\"The government announcement does not indicate which specific projects are being canceled.
Rick Ford said the move was part of a pledge by Progressive Conservatives in the spring elections to end these projects.
He said: \"We have a clear commitment that as part of our plan, we will eliminate these unnecessary and wasteful energy projects and reduce the price of water and electricity for families, farmers and small businesses.
\"Over the past few weeks, we have taken important steps to achieve this commitment.
John Gorman, president of the Solar Industry Association of Canada, said the government\'s decision to cancel the projects was \"rash \".
\"It has nothing to do with big businesses,\" he said . \"
\"This is about small roof projects owned by farmers, school boards, municipalities and First Nations groups.
The people who will be hurt are installers, contractors and engineers: local people, little ones who have accumulated experience in solar manufacturing in the past few years.
Gorman said the decision could trigger a lawsuit, saying the cancellation of the contract would not lower the price of water and electricity.
\"It\'s ridiculous to try to link the cancellation of these small roof projects to saving people\'s electricity bills,\" he said . \".
\"This is only because of the losses and losses caused by taking action before thinking.
NDP energy critic Peter Tabuns said the decision to cancel the renewable energy contract would harm thousands of jobs in the province.
The party called on Ford to stop canceling the contract before determining the impact. \"Mr.
Tabuns said in a statement: \"Ford\'s War on Science and the environment may please his friends in the background and fulfill his promise to social conservatives who support his campaign.
\"But for the rest of us, it will mean unemployment, billions of dollars wasted and tangible environmental damage.
Mike Schreiner, leader of the Green Party, said the cancellation of the plan meant the province would abandon the global renewable energy industry. The global renewable energy industry, worth billions of dollars, is a proven
Schreiner added that the decision also sent some negative signals to the business community about the province.
\"These types of contract cancellations put Ontario at significant financial risk,\" he said . \".
\"On top of that, they also convey the message that Ontario is not a safe place to do business.
What company would like to invest in a province that tore up the contract without any notice and without any due process?
\"Earlier this week, the Tory government said it would introduce legislation to remove wind projects in Eastern Ontario that are only a few weeks away from completion.
WPD Canada, the behind-the-scenes Company for the green energy project, which has been developed for nearly a decade, said that the cost of canceling the contract could exceed $100 million and warned that, the dispute may be brought to court.
Canadian media Sean Jefferies reports
The new Progressive Conservative government in Ontario canceled 758 renewable energy contracts, saying it was an effort by the province to reduce electricity costs.
Energy Minister Greg Rickford said the move would save provincial taxpayers $0. 79 billion.
An industry insider disagrees, saying that canceling orders will only bring unemployment to small businesses.
Rick Ford said in a statement on Friday that the government plans to introduce legislation during the summer meeting to protect water and electricity consumers from any costs incurred by the cancellation of the contract.
\"For 15 years, families and businesses in Ontario have been forced to pay too much water and electricity, so that the government can spend on unnecessary and expensive energy plans,\" Rickford said . \".
\"Those days are over.
\"The government announcement does not indicate which specific projects are being canceled.
Rick Ford said the move was part of a pledge by Progressive Conservatives in the spring elections to end these projects.
He said: \"We have a clear commitment that as part of our plan, we will eliminate these unnecessary and wasteful energy projects and reduce the price of water and electricity for families, farmers and small businesses.
\"Over the past few weeks, we have taken important steps to achieve this commitment.
John Gorman, president of the Solar Industry Association of Canada, said the government\'s decision to cancel the projects was \"rash \".
\"It has nothing to do with big businesses,\" he said . \"
\"This is about small roof projects owned by farmers, school boards, municipalities and First Nations groups.
The people who will be hurt are installers, contractors and engineers: local people, little ones who have accumulated experience in solar manufacturing in the past few years.
Gorman said the decision could trigger a lawsuit, saying the cancellation of the contract would not lower the price of water and electricity.
\"It\'s ridiculous to try to link the cancellation of these small roof projects to saving people\'s electricity bills,\" he said . \".
\"This is only because of the losses and losses caused by taking action before thinking.
NDP energy critic Peter Tabuns said the decision to cancel the renewable energy contract would harm thousands of jobs in the province.
The party called on Ford to stop canceling the contract before determining the impact. \"Mr.
Tabuns said in a statement: \"Ford\'s War on Science and the environment may please his friends in the background and fulfill his promise to social conservatives who support his campaign.
\"But for the rest of us, it will mean unemployment, billions of dollars wasted and tangible environmental damage.
Mike Schreiner, leader of the Green Party, said the cancellation of the plan meant the province would abandon the global renewable energy industry. The global renewable energy industry, worth billions of dollars, is a proven
Schreiner added that the decision also sent some negative signals to the business community about the province.
\"These types of contract cancellations put Ontario at significant financial risk,\" he said . \".
\"On top of that, they also convey the message that Ontario is not a safe place to do business.
What company would like to invest in a province that tore up the contract without any notice and without any due process?
\"Earlier this week, the Tory government said it would introduce legislation to remove wind projects in Eastern Ontario that are only a few weeks away from completion.
WPD Canada, the behind-the-scenes Company for the green energy project, which has been developed for nearly a decade, said that the cost of canceling the contract could exceed $100 million and warned that, the dispute may be brought to court.
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