Mark Winfield | Nov 2022 Published in the Hamilton Spectator "Last week, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) announced its intention to proceed with a proposed new 300MW nuclear power reactor at the provincially owned utility’s Darlington site. The announcement raises far more questions than it answers, particularly about the future path for the province’s electricity system. […]
The Hill Times, Canada's Politics and Government Newspaper By Mark Winfield and Sumeet Sooch June 16, 2021 Full article can be viewed here. Sumeet Sooch's Master's Paper can be viewed here.
Ontario Creates ‘Innovation Wasteland’ with Latest Renewables Rollback, Critic Warns
The Ontario government's proposal to build a highway through the northwest of the Greater Toronto Area could cause a cascade of environmental and health problems for people living in the region and beyond, according to several experts and residents. "If you were trying ... to make the greenhouse gas emission problem worse, this would be […]
Watch: SEI Co-Chair Mark Winfield speaks to House of Commons Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development on the Enforcement of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act.
CARBON PROVINCE, HYDRO PROVINCE: THE CHALLENGE OF CANADIAN ENERGY AND CLIMATE FEDERALISM: A new book by Douglas Macdonald, Senior Lecturer Emeritus, U of T School of the Environment University of Toronto Press, March, 2020 https://utorontopress.com/ca/carbon-province-hydro-province-4 CLICK FOR WEBINAR VIDEO - MAY 12, 2020
The FES Sustainable Energy Initiative Presents: Unlocking the Potential of Energy Efficiency in Ontario Monday April 20th 3-5PM Via Zoom Webinar Estimates of the technologically and economically achievable potential for energy efficiency improvements in Canada are significant, offering the potential to make significant contributions to meeting Canada’s GHG emission targets. Despite their benefits, energy efficiency […]
Congratulations to all participants of the CEP course, organizers, presenters, and guest speakers. The course was an extreme success! Stay tuned for more information on next years module.
Unpacking the Climate Potential of Energy Efficiency: Effective and Resilient Governance for Energy Efficiency in Low-Carbon Sustainable Energy Transitions By Mark Winfield, Peter Love, James Gaede, and Scott Harbinson. Drawing on a comparative analysis of approaches to energy efficiency program administration in five provinces and three US states, this paper presents a set of five […]
Women in Renewable Energy (WiRE) is pleased to award Student Bursaries to women college or university students to attend Conferences throughout the year. The Bursaries support women to attend conference sessions and seminars on current energy topics and issues, view state-of-the-art technology at exhibitions, meet women and men in the energy sector, and connect with employers about potential internships or permanent positions.