The Ontario Power Authority’s upcoming revamp of the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) program—the initiative that governs incentives for renewable energy producers in Ontario—comes at a time when global headlines on the state of green energy are really quite dire

Monthly Archives: April 2012

The Ontario Power Authority’s upcoming revamp of the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) program—the initiative that governs incentives for renewable energy producers in Ontario—comes at a time when global headlines on the state of green energy are really quite dire

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Everyone knows burning coal is awful. Ask any fifth grader. “It’s bad for the environment”

Everyone knows burning coal is awful. Ask any fifth grader. “It’s bad for the environment” they’ll tell you, plain and simple. They’re not wrong. Coal poisons air, water, and field alike when it burns and, with its thorium and uranium content, emits 100 times the harmful radiation of nuclear power. You read that right. (Solar, of course, emits exactly zero.)

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