Ontario's Green Future


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Big nuclear, big problems Doing more with less The efficiency advantage Resources


The Do More For Less Model

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Many renewable power options, such as wind and small-scale hydro, can already produce power more cheaply than nuclear units, and that's without including the long-term costs of dealing with radioactive waste.  Even emerging technologies like solar power offer big advantages by producing the most power when electricity demand is high (hot summer days) and allowing power to be produced where it is being used, thereby avoiding transmission line losses (and mega-million dollar construction costs).   

More conventional power sources, like natural gas, can be used in very efficient combined heat and power plants that provide two services – heat and power – instead of just one using the same fuel. 

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Increasing energy efficiency is costing Ontario 76-94% less than new nuclear.

2.3-4.6 cents per kWh for energy efficiency vs. 19-37 cents per kWh to re-build Darlington.


Ontario's Green Future

Ontario's Green FutureTogether, we can build a green future

Ontario has the resources and the know how to build a clean, sustainable electricity system. By tapping the enormous power of increased efficiency, leveraging our significant renewable energy potential and embracing new technologies, we can create a prosperous healthy province without high cost, high risk nuclear power or dirty coal. Read our recipe for Ontario's Green Future.

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Ontario's Green Future

Ontario Clean Air AllianceThe Ontario Clean Air Alliance is a coalition of health and environmental organizations, faith communities, municipalities, utilities, unions, corporations and individuals working for cleaner air through a coal phase-out and a shift to a renewable electricity future.