latest up 09/2021

Interesting links
Nuclear Power
About 15% of Canada’s electricity comes from nuclear power, with 19 reactors mostly in Ontario providing 13.5 GWe of power capacity. ·Canada had plans to expand.
Hydro Power

With many rivers across the country, Canada has hydropower in all regions. The top-producing provinces are Quebec, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, and Newfoundland, and Labrador, with more than 95 percent of the total hydropower generation in Canada.

Wind Power

In 2018, the Canadian generation of wind power was 32.9 terawatt-hour (TWh). The total capacity of the Canadian industry was 13,417 MW as of December 2019. The installed capacity of wind power has grown from 444 megawatts in 2004 to 13,417 megawatts in 2019.

Solar Power

Ontario is expected to reach 2,650 MW of solar PV by 2015. As of December 2016, Ontario’s solar energy installations have the capability of generating 1,947 MW.

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