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Energy Matters Summit

May 2, 2011


IPSP will address all aspects of electricity system • • • • • • • • •

Conservation Demand Phase-out of coal-fired generation Renewable generation Diversified supply mix Transmission Smart grid Reliability and operability Impact on ratepayers

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Supply Mix: Past, Present & Future

2003 - 30,006 MW

Demand Response

2010 – 36,186 MW

Renewables 3

Gas

2018 – 37,845 MW

Nuclear

Coal


Conservation

Conservation is our first priority – Less costly than building new electricity generators – Reduces greenhouse gas emissions – Provides a favourable return on investment for consumers Ontario’s conservation target by 2030: – 7,100 megawatt-reduction in peak electricity demand – 28 terrawatt-hours reduction in energy use So far, peak demand has been reduced by more than 1,700 megawatts since 2005.


Conservation – What’s in it for you?

• Save money on your energy costs • Generate additional revenues • Help to reduce Ontario’s environmental footprint • Contribute to a stronger Ontario economy


Conservation Programs

Consumer Program

Business (C&I) Program

Industrial Program

Low Income Program

• A variety of programs to help residential customers, businesses and institutions cut back their demand and save money – More customer focused and accessible – Make investment in conservation easier, providing guidance and financial help.


Visit our Conservation Website

saveonenergy.ca – consumer program: saveONenergy FOR HOME – business program: saveONenergy FOR BUSINESS


1)ontario power authority