On October 20, 2011, Dalton McGuinty revealed his new, and slimmed down, cabinet. Chris Bentley, former Attorney General of Ontario, was named Minister of Energy, while Brad Duguid, former Minister of Energy, became Minister of Economic Development and Innovation. The energy portfolio came under much scrutiny during the provincial election and Bentley will now be responsible for running Ontario’s FIT program, as well as the negotiations regarding the natural gas plants originally planned for Mississauga and Oakville. In addition, Bentley will oversee the phase-out of coal power generation in the province, expected by 2014, and will be a key decision-maker with respect to the future of nuclear energy in the province.