Thursday, April 19, 2012

Ontario's Power Mix - Graphed!

Check out this site from the Canadian Nuclear Society where they take the hourly data published by the IESO and create dynamic graphs to show you what generation sources are currently being used in Ontario to generate electricity.

The graphs are broken down by generation type (nuclear, hydro, coal, gas, wind, etc) and also by power plant, and in some cases, the generator within a particular power plant.

What's interesting to note is how this dynamically changes over time, and the ultimate effect that it has on electricity prices.

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