Current electricity contracts

On January 1, 2015, the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) merged with the Independent Electricity System Operator to create a new organization that combines the OPA and IESO mandates and continues the high quality work both organizations are known for.

As an important part of its mandate, the former OPA procured a portfolio of various generation technologies and capacities for the province of Ontario.

Information displayed, including capacity data, is accurate to the end of June 30, 2014.

Q3 2014 Update

As of September 30, 2014, the OPA held contracts for 22,640 megawatts (MW) of electricity supply generation based on average contract capacity.

The total capacity under contract included:

  • 8,375 MW of renewable non-hydroelectric
  • 2,439 MW of renewable hydroelectric
  • 8,826 MW of natural gas and other fuel sources
  • 3,000 MW of nuclear.

On this website, information on individual contracted facilities, both in commercial operation and in development, are grouped by technology type or fuel source, and can be found in the menu below or in the menu on the left side of this page.

Find more information on our contracted electricity supply projects:

Bio-energy Solar Photovoltaic (PV)
Wind Hydroelectric
Simple/Combined Cycle (SC/CC) Combined Heat & Power (CHP)
Energy-from-Waste (EFW) Nuclear


More Information
Information on Contract Management (CM) quarterly reports, forms, and procedures manual can be obtained by following the links below.

Quarterly Progress Report CM Standard Forms CM Procedures Manual