Plugging Ontario Into A Green FutureA Renewable Is Doable Action Plan

Publication - Nov. 12, 2008 - By Renewable Is Doable Group, Cherise Burda

Plugging Ontario Into A Green Future concludes that Energy Minister George Smitherman’s goal of increasing the amount of green energy in the province’s electricity plan can only be met by replacing ageing nuclear stations with new green sources of energy over the next decade.

The report shows that reducing unnecessary energy waste, switching to renewable energy, and recycling waste heat from industrial and commercial operations can provide enough baseload electricity to replace the ageing Pickering B and Bruce B nuclear stations as they reach the end of their lives and are shut down beginning in 2013.


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