Canadian geography: Ontario and Quebec: electricity source comparison, part 0

Self-tutoring about electricity generation in Quebec and Ontario: the tutor begins.

As I mention in my post from July 17, Quebec and Ontario are first and second, respectively, among Canadian provinces in electricity generating capacity, with Quebec about 14% above Ontario (2018).

Interesting, neither province relies much on fossil fuels to generate electricity. In Ontario, non-burning sources account for around 96% of its generating capacity; in Quebec, 99% of capacity is emissionless.

Interesting, eh? I’ll continue:)

Source:

cer-rec.gc.ca

cer-rec.gc.ca

Jack of Oracle Tutoring by Jack and Diane, Campbell River, BC.

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