Also included in the proposal is a plan to buy back the 30 per cent of shares in Hydro One the government has sold, which the NDP says would cost between $3.3 billion and $4.1 billion.
NDP: Cut hydro rates by cancelling contracts, mandatory time-of-use pricing
Ontario’s NDP is proposing a host of changes to the energy system that they say could save ratepayers up to 30 per cent on their hydro bills. The party wants to see mandatory time-of-use pricing eliminated, saying it hasn’t reduced peak demand by as much as the government intended, and is an added stressor for […]
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