How not to design an energy policy
We don't usually allow editorial or political type posts in this forum, but this caught my eye as a classic case of government gone mad:
...electricity prices have soared 18 per cent this year. Sharp, who analyzed the electricity market through the lens of the GEA last summer, forecasts a 26 per cent hike in rates in 2011, which he said would translate into a price jump of 3.04 cents per kilowatt hour (kWh) and add about $304 to a typical consumer's electricity bill in 2011....
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