Friday, April 24, 2015

This Afternoon In Clarkland...The Third Day In The Ol' Turdstormer's Valley.


Days One and Two in the Valley are described....Here.

Day Three is described by the Globe's Justine Hunter. Here is her lede:

BC Hydro is missing its energy conservation targets by a wide margin and may have to turn to private power producers to make up the difference, Energy Minister Bill Bennett said Thursday.

The Crown corporation spent $150-million last year on its annual program that is designed to persuade industrial, commercial and residential customers to reduce their energy demands. It is a critical part of BC Hydro’s long-term plans to meet the province’s future electricity requirements...


What's this (pre-planned?) failure really all about Alfie?

Well, if Hydro misses it's targets it will be 'forced' to turn to the rapers of rivers for help.

And pay a pretty penny for it.


Why might the current CEO of BC Hydro want to have a plan like that in place I wonder?

Ol' Turdstormer?.....You bet.



Anonymous said...


Best argument for Recall.

motorcycleguy said...

This statement needs to be pegged to the months of the year that this electricity is "missing"...tell us that Mr. Bill......the river rapers (who sit down at the end of that same Group W bench) cannot make electricity for many months of the year....the water is either not there or gone all hard in the winter

North Van's Grumps said...

2007 BC Hydro Study: Conservation can create electricity for a million homes, for Free. Site C: 450,000 for $8.3 billion, correction $9 billion due to 4 transmission line Projects over budgets