Ontario is on track to building a clean, reliable electricity system. Ontario’s elimination of coal-fired electricity generation is the single largest greenhouse gas reduction measure being undertaken in North America. This is helping to improve the health of Ontarians and fighting climate change.
Ontario will shut the last of its coal plants in southern Ontario by the end of 2013, a year ahead of schedule.
- Ontario Getting Out of Coal-fired Generation
- Cleaner Air and More Green Space for Ontarians to Enjoy
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Clean Energy Quick Facts
Ontario’s Green Energy and Green economy Act was developed to expand renewable energy generation, encourage energy conservation and create of clean energy jobs.
Ontario has become a North American leader in producing energy from sources that are continually renewed by nature, such as water, wind, sun and bioenergy.
Conservation is environmentally friendly and cost-effective resource. Conservation initiatives save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.