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Ontario’s electricity system thrives

The temperatures across the province of Ontario this summer have been at an all-time high in many locations. During this time period, Ontario’s electricity system continually meets demand and keeps homes and businesses powered across the province.

July saw the highest monthly summer demand of electricity since August 2007. The peak daily demand reached as high as 24,600 megawatts. The installation of many clean energy systems onto Ontario’s power grid have helped the province meet its electricity demand on its way to phasing out coal-based generation by 2014.

The province has made a conscious effort to utilize clean energy. Since 2003, Ontario has installed over 10,000 megawatts of clean energy from wind, solar and bio-energy sources, which generates enough power to accommodate more than 2 million homes during these peak summer months.

Ontario’s Premier, Dalton McGuinty, has made strengthening Ontario’s electricity structure an important part of his government’s plan to build a clean and reliable energy system. Ontario has been at the forefront of renewable energy, and will be a mainstay for years to come.

Source: Government of Ontario

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