There are bits of it I don't agree with. For instance, any fair reading of Ontario history would show that the province's dalliance with gas power predates the Green Energy Act, and wasn't a conspiracy to cover-up (or "backstop") the poor performance of its wind farms.
But most of it (meaning over half) is OK, even relatively informative. There are several bits that are particularly interesting, because they undermine the arguments anti-wind types, Adams among them, have made on previous occasions. For instance this:
Adams said the real effect of the wind and solar investments on bills has yet to sting ratepayers but will drive up prices over the next few years.
...which is to say that, Vic Fedeli aside, you can't really lay any serious portion of the recent increases to your power bill at the feet of wind energy (well, a little bit--wind & solar account for about three per cent of your total bill though that, as everyone admits, will rise in time).
And then there's this bit:
Ontario hydro ratepayers pay Bruce nuclear and solar and wind generators even if the power isn’t needed or used, he said.
Gas plants are a guaranteed a rate of return through a monthly stipend — even at times when the power they generate is not needed, he said.
Which is to say that the kind of deal arrangement that critics of wind power complain about (ie wind farms are paid to produce unneeded power) also exist between the government and all the province's other electricity producers. So why single out wind for special approbation?