Supply Mix* Ontario’s electricity supply mix currently includes:
Nuclear: 12,978 MW or 37% - Pickering produces 15% of the province's electricity (3,000 MW) - Darlington was the last plant to be built (1992)
Gas/Oil: 9,920 MW or 29%
Hydro: 8,462 MW or 24%
Wind: 2,925 MW or 8%
Biofuel (woodwaste, biogas, etc): 455 MW ...
This page contains resources about countries and states that have set or are setting targets for reducing the carbon emissions generated by the generation of electricity.
Massachusetts Group - trying for No Coal by 2015 and 100% Clean Electricity by 2020 http://justandstable.org/
Carbon-Free and Nuclear-Free: A Roadmap for U.S. Energy Policy http://www.ieer.org/...Read more ...
This page is a work in progress on so it may not be absolutely accurate
According to professor Joshua Pearce of Queen's University, Kingston, South East Ontario has the potential to generate over 90 GW (90,000 MW) of Solar PV on barren land. http://www.queensu.ca/news/articles/solar-energy-production-has-enormous.... This is over 3 times our anticipated...Read more ...
The Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP) is a non-profit, specialist change agent aiming to catalyse the market for renewable energy and energy efficiency, with a primary focus on emerging markets and developing countries. reeep.org/31/home.htm
The mission of DESERTEC Foundation is the fast global implementation of the DESERTEC Concept. Suitable deserts can be found on all the...Read more ...