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Subject:  Poll: Ontario Canada power prices Date:  1/18/2013  3:34 PM
Author:  jaagu Number:  19080 of 20567

The electricity generated from two coal fired power plants is less than half the price of the average of the other (types of) power generators in Ontario Canada.

Nuclear power provides 56.4% of Ontario's electricity, followed by hydro at 22.3% and natural gas at 14.6% according to the electricity agency. So which type of generation is the expensive culprit - nuclear, hydro or natural gas?

 50% (4 Votes)
 0% (0 Votes)
 50% (4 Votes)
Natural Gas
 0% (0 Votes)
All three

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