Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli confirmed early last week that anyone anxious for offshore wind development in Ontario’s portion of the Great Lakes to resume will have a long wait ahead of them.
Indefinitely, it would seem.
“All I can say at this point is that offshore is still in a moratorium and it’s likely to stay that way for some time,” he said.
Asked to explain why Ontario’s offshore wind development remains in indefinite limbo, Chiarelli said it has everything to do with how well established offshore wind development is in Ontario. Or, rather, how un (Read more…) it is compared to other forms of renewable power.
“The basic reason is that all the other elements of green energy have been implemented in various jurisdictions,” he said.
“Wind was well established in Ontario, solar was well established, biomass was well established in various . . . → Read More: the reeves report: Great Lakes offshore wind moratorium to remain ‘for some time’