International experts gathered at the World Wind Energy Conference in Kingston this week have criticized the McGuinty government's multi-billion dollar construction boom, saying its getting in way of developing renewable energy.

Stefan Gsaenger, secretary general of the World Wind Energy Association, said: "I do not see that Ontario at the same time can go with large programs for renewable energy and large programs for nuclear. That's contradicting. You have different supply structures, different investors and different regulatory frameworks."

He's right. While the McGuinty goverment talks lots about renewable power, its energy plan caps the development of renewables and prioritizes the nuclear power.

The McGuinty government has yet to walk the talk on renewable energy.