Ontario Electricity Demand 2012 Annual Long-term Outlook presentation
An overview on projections of Ontario electricity demand to 2031. It is intended for informational purposes and to assist in power system planning activities. The 2012 Long-term Outlook is the first issue, and will be updated annually and issued for public reference.
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Description of the OPA's Regional Planning Process
A description of the OPA's planning process in response to this request from the Ontario Energy Board.
2011 Supply Mix Directive
To guide the OPA in the development of the updated IPSP, the government issued a Supply Mix Directive on February 17, 2011.
2011 Long-term Energy Plan (LTEP)
The Ontario government issued the Long-Term Energy Plan – Building Our Clean Energy Future in November 2010. The document sets out Ontario’s expected electricity needs until 2030 and establishes the most efficient ways to meet them.
Response to the Minister’s Request for an Updated Transmission Expansion Plan
November 8, 2010
This advice is focused on core transmission projects to enable key clusters of renewable generation, associated with both the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) Program and the Korean Consortium projects.
2005 Supply Mix Advice Report
This report presents recommendations of the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) to the Minister of Energy on options for the future development of Ontario’s electricity system.
Independent Electricity System Operator's (IESO) 18-Month Outlook Reports
The IESO forecasts demand for electricity in the province and assesses whether the existing and proposed generation and transmission facilities are adequate to meet Ontario's needs. The 18-Month Outlook presents the IESO's assessment of the reliability of the Ontario electricity system for an 18-month period.