Reclaiming abandoned free, clean electricity generation in Ontario

By WPED Contributor By Steven Law, P.Eng., Resilient World Institute; and Greg Young, B.Eng., EIT., MNP, Energy & Utilities
Imagine the scenario where you finally get through the complex stages of building an electricity generating power plant, plug it into the grid, and then… not be allowed to generate the power you are able to produce. This exact scenario can be a common event with renewable energy technology in Ontario, Canada, with some years resulting in abandoning up to 26% of the electricity we are able to produce with wind and solar.
A disadvantage with renewables that we’ve all heard before, particularly with wind and

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