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Ontario Energy Association and Association of Power Producers of Ontario Release Report on Energy Governance in Ontario

On November 17, 2017, the Ontario Energy Association and the Association of Power Producers of Ontario released a report titled “Report on Energy Governance in Ontario” which was drafted by George Vegh, the head of McCarthy Tétrault’s Toronto energy regulatory practice. The report addresses how energy decisions are governed in Ontario and proposes solutions to improve it. The report concludes that energy agencies have not provided the check and balance function that regulators typically perform in other jurisdictions and finds that agencies are often the partner and implementer of political decision making rather than operating as providing a fact-based constraint on political decision making. The report recommends that energy governance should be improved to better reflect the principles of transparency, accountability and integration.

A full copy of the report can be found here.

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