Wind and solar account for only about 8 per cent of Ontario’s electricity output.
Job losses attributed to rising electricity costs outweigh the jobs created in the renewable energy sector.
To store the energy equivalent of one 300-pound barrel of oil, you’d need 20,000 pounds worth of Tesla batteries.
Almost 90 per cent of the revenue to renewable generators came from the subsidy.
High electricity prices were responsible for roughly 75,000 job losses in the province’s manufacturing sector.
In 2016, Toronto residents paid $60 more per month than the average Canadian for electricity.
If wind and solar power are “cheaper” than conventional generation, then there would be no need for subsidies.
Long-term guaranteed contracts for renewable energy generators such as wind and solar power have increased electricity costs in Ontario.
From 2008 to 2016, residential electricity prices in Ontario rose by 71 per cent.