IPPSO statement on the announcement of new supply initiatives April 17, 2003
For immediate release: April 17, 2003
"Positive steps" being taken to address energy supply
"The Ontario government's 4-point plan announced yesterday to increase electricity supply in Ontario includes some positive steps," says John Brace, President of IPPSO, the Independent Power Producers' Society of Ontario. "We are encouraged to see that the government is focused on reliability of supply in the province."
Brace said that "IPPSO would be pleased to work with the government to develop the implementation details for this plan."
IPPSO is a non-profit organization representing more than 100 companies involved in the generation of electricity in Ontario, including generators and suppliers of services, equipment and consulting services. IPPSO members produce power from co-generation, hydro-electric, gas, coal, nuclear, wind energy, waste wood and other sources. IPPSO's members currently produce over 90% of the electricity consumed in Ontario.
For more information, contact:
John Brace, President, 416-962-6262
Jake Brooks, Executive Director, 416-322-6549
Rob McLeese, Past President 416-366-4820
For queries or suggestions, please forward to:
IPPSO, PO Box 1084 Station F, Toronto, Ontario, M4Y 2T7 Canada.
Street address: 163-C Eastbourne Ave., Toronto, Ontario M5P 2G5
Last update: April 17, 2003