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QIEEP Researcher — Kingston Whig Standard

QIEEP Post Doctoral Fellow, Stewart Fast, compiles and analyzes opinions and concerns regarding renewable energy development. His work in the […]

QIEEP’s Bryne Purchase on Governing Ontario … 10 Steps

In the fall of 2013, QIEEP founding Executive Director, Dr. Bryne Purchase, penned his “Ten Principles of Highly Effective Premiers.” […]

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NY Times: Major Corporations Plan for Carbon Pricing

Both supporters and opponents of action to fight global warming say the development is significant because businesses that chart a […]


Why give up coal and then support oilsands pipelines?

A new report from the Mowat Centre highlights the critical question; at a time when Ontario is investing significant resources […]


Quebec hydro power for Ontario?

According to a  recent Toronto Star editorial, Quebec currently sells renewable hydro-generated electricity for about half the projected cost of […]

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Diavik Wind Farm 1-Year Anniversary — 17GWh later

The Diavik diamond mine wind farm began operation in late September, 2012             Photo Courtesy […]


Review of “Navigating on the Titanic”

How is this story to end?  Not happily says this author.  North Americans will continue to place unrealistic faith in technology […]


Biomass for Electricity • An Optimal Ontario FIT Rate

  QIEEP researchers suggest increased feed-in tariff rates for biomass in Ontario.   For the full report, CLICK HERE. ABSTRACT BELOW […]

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Kevin Lynch on the New Global Energy Reality

Former Clerk of the Privy Council and current Vice-Chair of BMO Financial Group, Kevin Lynch argues that a widening prospect […]


Renewable Proponents Question EIA predictions

Low-ball estimates of renewable energy potential by the Energy Information Agency will distort decision-making at all levels, according to a […]