Canadian Wind Energy Association's graphic Powering Canada's Future as of December 2015.

IESO

The Independent Electricity System Operator(IESO) balances the supply of and demand for electricity in Ontario and then directs its flow across the province's transmission lines. http://www.ieso.ca/

According to IESO, Ontario is a net exporter of energy: http://www.ieso.ca/imoweb/siteShared/imports_exports.asp?sid=icSourcesof energy In 2010 we exported 15.2 TWh and imported 6.4 TWh

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Energy conservation is necessary to reduce our demand for stationary power. According to their study, Julian Allwood and colleagues at the University of Cambridge analysed the buildings, vehicles and industry around us and applied "best practice" efficiency changes to them. They concluded that simple changes like...

Lloyd Alter wrote in TreeHugger that the Ontario Building Code for glass walls in condos does not specify an R-value whereas a minimum R-value is specified for the non-glass walls. http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/08/why-architects-shouldnt-build-co...

Ontario's building code changed as of January (2012), requiring all high-rise buildings to be 25 per cent more energy efficient than the Model...

Recently a discussion occurred between Adriana Mugnatto-Hamuand members of the ZCO committee. The following are the salient points of the discussion. It was triggered by a reference to an article at Peak Oil

Nuclear power is clearly not renewable

There are people who call it "green energy", but nobody says it's renewable unless they are extremely uninformed.

Let me be clear, I am not in favourof nuclear power and it is not my impression that ZCO is in ...

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