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Energy Regulation in Ontario (Print + ProView online)
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Original author: The Honourable Mr.Justice David M. Brown


Energy Regulation in Ontario is your most authoritative source for understanding the laws, regulations and policy directives governing the Ontario energy market and industry. It's the only publication available that analyzes the legal regime affecting each segment of the gas and electricity markets and industries – i.e., generation, transmission, distribution, wholesaling/trading and marketing/retailing. It contains everything you will need to understand the intricacies of the open markets for natural gas and electricity. This book explores:

  • The history and evolution of the electricity and gas sectors in Ontario
  • The significant impact of Bill 150, the Green Energy and Green Economy Act on the electricity regulatory landscape
  • The major changes to the Electricity Act, 1998, the Ontario Energy Board Act, 1998, regulations, OEB rules and codes and the IESO Market Rules
  • Summaries of major decisions made each year by the Ontario Energy Board and the courts on both the natural gas and electricity fronts, keeping you up to date


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À propos de l'auteur
Glenn Zacher – Mr. Zacher is a partner in the Energy and Litigation groups of Stikeman Elliott and his practice focuses on energy regulatory law and commercial litigation. Mr. Zacher served a one-year secondment in 2002 at the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) where he acted as counsel to the IESO during the lead-up to and for the first eight months following the opening of the restructured Ontario electricity market. Mr. Zacher has also acted as counsel to the Ontario Power Authority, the Ontario Energy Board and various private-sector generators, distributors, marketers and other participants in the Ontario energy industry. Mr. Zacher has spoken and authored articles on energy-related topics.
Patrick Duffy – Mr. Duffy is an associate in the Energy and Litigation groups of Stikeman Elliott with a focus on energy regulation and environmental law. Mr. Duffy was a judicial law clerk for the Federal Court of Canada in 2002-2003 and served as counsel for the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) during a one-year secondment in 2007. Mr. Duffy has experience in proceedings before a variety of courts and administrative tribunals, including the Ontario Energy Board and the Ontario Divisional Court. He also advises both private and public sector clients on matters related to energy regulation in Ontario.