Some of my media appearances mostly for the period March 17-19, although some from March 13-16 (not an exhaustive list):
Power and Politics (March 14) discussing the quality of information coming from Japan, assurances to Canadians from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, the challenge of doing integrated safety assessment, and potential oversights in reactor safety thinking in Canada. The other guest is Linda Keen, former president Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission. The Lang & O’Leary Exchange …
“Goldhawk Live”, February 23, 2011, 9 pm on Rogers Cable. “Gary Doyle Show”, February 25, 2011, 12:05 pm on 570 News (Kitchener). The podcast is here. CHCH TV, Channel 11 Hamilton, February 25, 2011, sometime in the afternoon.
I will be appearing on the phone-in show Goldhawk Live (Cable 10 & Cable 63 in Toronto) to talk about Ontario customers having to pay neighbouring utilities to take excess power off the Ontario grid. Get your questions ready and call in.
I discuss the Ontario government’s Long Term Energy Plan with Mark Hebscher and Donna Skelly.
I discussed a report released November 7th by the Canadian Council of Chief Executives (CCCE) calling for the Canadian government to pursue a new national energy strategy, to institute national environmental standards for energy-related emissions, to strengthen ties with the U.S., and to clarify foreign investment rules. The video is here. To their credit, the CCCE …
I will be a guest on Goldhawk Live on Wednesday evening addressing wind power issues. Tune-in to watch in Toronto on Cable 10 or 63 and call 1 800 968 7836 or email goldhawk.liverogerstv.com to share your thoughts. Also available on Rogersondemand.com.
I joined a live panel debate titled “So green we are in the red”. The show discussed the Ontario Government’s efforts to green the province’s electricity portfolio. The other guests for the show were Joyce McLean for Toronto Hydro, Paul Clipsham for Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters, the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario Gord Miller and Donald Dewees, University of …
Federal Environment Minister Jim Prentice announced plans to introduce regulations to phase out older coal-fire plants. How feasible is the policy? Should we demonize coal?
Call in to discuss Toronto Hydro’s rate plan.