Ontario’s updated Long-Term Energy Plan, Achieving Balance, reflects input from thousands of Ontarians. The plan encourages conservation and provides the clean, reliable and affordable energy Ontario will need now and into the future. It balances five principles that will guide future decisions: cost effectiveness, reliability, clean energy, community engagement, and an emphasis on conservation and demand management before building new generation.
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- News Release: Ontario Releases Long-Term Energy Plan
- Backgrounder: Conservation and Demand Management
- Backgrounder: Helping Ontario Energy Consumers
- Backgrounder: First Nation and Métis Communities
- Backgrounder: Ontario’s Long-Term Energy Plan by the Numbers
- Backgrounder: Meeting Northwestern Ontario’s Energy Needs
- Backgrounder: Regional Planning
- Backgrounder: Ontario’s Supply Mix
- Backgrounder: What people are saying about Achieving Balance: Ontario’s Long-Term Energy Plan
- More than 1,000 submissions and comments were received, primarily through the online Environmental Registry, and almost 8,000 people participated in an online survey.
- The results of the survey are published in Ontario’s Open Data Catalogue.
- Read Conservation First: A Renewed Vision for Energy Conservation in Ontario
Visit the emPOWERme website to learn more about energy in Ontario