OEA Speaker Series The Changing Politics of Energy A keynote presentation by Greg Lyle at the OEA Speaker Series on October 30th, 2018. To access the full presentation please fill out the form below.
Energy in Transition A presentation by Greg Lyle at the Ontario Energy Network Luncheon on June 15th, 2018. To access the full presentation please fill out the form below.
INNOVATIVE’s monthly telephone tracking poll shows the PCs remaining steady in 1st ahead of Liberals and NDP. (Click here for methodology and details). In the 2014 election, Ontario Liberals won with 39% of the vote to PCs 31% with 24% voting NDP. In our latest quarterly tracking the PCs lead with 41% support among decided Read more about Setting the Stage: The PCs remain steady in 1st ahead of Liberals and NDP[…]
INNOVATIVE was commissioned by the Ontario Energy Association (OEA) to be the Official Pollster at the OEA’s ENERGYCONFERENCE17. The following results belong to the OEA. INNOVATIVE’s monthly telephone tracking poll shows that energy is not just a challenge for Liberals. (Click here for methodology and details). Electricity is declining as a top of mind issue and Read more about Energy not just a challenge for Liberals[…]
On November 29th, the Justin Trudeau Liberal government approved the Kinder Morgan and Line 3 pipelines and did not approve of the Northern Gateway pipeline, effectively cancelling that pipeline. Pipelines have been high on the political agenda in Canada and as a centrist party the Liberals have supporters who both favour and oppose pipelines. What Read more about Leakage? The impact of recent pipeline decisions on Federal Liberal support[…]
To download the full results, fill out the form at the bottom of the page. Energy prices are a burning issue in Ontario. Innovative Research Group Inc. (INNOVATIVE) asked a series of energy-related questions for the Ontario Energy Association on our monthly mixed land line and cell live caller telephone survey of 600 respondents. The Read more about Energized Voters: Ontarians expect more but expect system savings to pay the price[…]
INNOVATIVE is a research and consultation firm that helps some of the country’s largest energy producers, transmission companies and distributors build better relationships with their stakeholders, customers and neighbours. With offices in Ontario and British Columbia, we use a broad range of research and consultation tools to build a custom solution to meet our clients’ Read more about You’re demonstrating value to customers. Shouldn’t your research partner do the same for you?[…]
Greg Lyle presented his findings and advice on navigating social permission in a time of outrage to the Ontario Energy Network. Among the points he made are: You need support to build things people don’t like and pay more for something we take for granted. As publicly regulated utilities, energy companies require social permission to Read more about Social Permission in a Time of Outrage[…]
Financial Times Susan Jaksich has a sharp sense of the economic jitters that will frame Canada’s general election this year as the real estate agent plies her trade in Edmonton. The western city is home to many of the workers drawn to the oil sands of Alberta when soaring crude prices made the high-cost Read more about Oil jitters on Canada’s campaign trail[…]
CBC Half of Ontarians polled in a new survey say that the selling off of Hydro One will make them less likely to vote for the governing Liberals in the next election. Innovative Research Group says it conducted an online survey of 1,012 voting-age Ontarians between Friday morning and Sunday afternoon. 20150428_CBC_Half of ontarians less Read more about Half of Ontarians less likely to vote Liberal if Hydro One sold, survey suggests[…]