Ontario’s farm community prepares for green energy rate drop

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Lower prices for FIT and microFIT energy generation programs ‘is all very much anticipated’ says solar energy co-operative spokesman


Gee: No one saw this coming

Dr. Richard Vyn of the University of Guelph’s Centre says "The cost of producing energy from nuclear sources is four or five cents per kilowatt hour"

I find this a lazy and reactive statement.
The obvious costs for nuclear, heh heh far exceed four or five cents per ..
Add up the ?? cost to build, maintenance, prime wages & benefits, continual gold pensions perks and the fat bonus for 'bright' management, and this costs what per kwh?

Solar feeds only peak demand times .. to the Grid from predefined 20 year contracts .. No other concerns

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