Nalcor president and CEO Ed Martin sat down with The Telegram’s Ashley Fitzpatrick and James McLeod just hours after Premier Kathy Dunderdale announced she’ll be calling an independent review into the ongoing electricity situation. Martin explained why he thinks the problems happened, and apologized. He also talked about accountability, the crisis, the role of the Public Utilities Board, the third line, and much more.
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- January 09, 2014 - 16:50
Ed Martin: "I was appointed to a job I'm not completely unqualified for. I'm sorry for acting like a know-it-all, when in fact I am completely incompetent. as are many at NALCOR. I will answer any and all questions about Muskrat Falls honestly and openly, in the hope that it might rehabilitate me. I hereby resign immediately." .......PSYCHE!!
- Corporate Psycho
- January 09, 2014 - 16:12
So is anyone going to be fired over this disaster?
- Tony Rockel
- January 09, 2014 - 16:02
Ed Martin "explains" the electricity crisis? Which "explanation" will it be this time? We've had 43 different ones already.