17 Nov '17, 9pm

Updated LTEP needs wind to achieve its goals #ONPoli

That’s because the LTEP is ambitious in continuing to pursue the electricity goals set out by the Ontario government over the past several years. For example, it “will continue our focus on managing electricity system costs over the long term”, while also building on “the province’s leading role in the global fight against climate change.” On climate change, the LTEP states that “Cap and trade will increase the price of fossil fuels and affect how often fossil-fueled generators get called on to meet the province’s electricity demand. This will help reduce the province’s greenhouse gas emissions and shift Ontario towards a low-carbon economy.”

Full article: https://canwea.ca/blog/2017/11/17/updated-ltep-needs-wind...

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