So doing a little research
it seems that Ontario produces 95% of its power consumption
through nuclear (66%) and hydro (29%) with the reswt coming from various sources. As these 2 sources are the cheapest forms of electricity production it is strange that our electricity costs are so high.
You can access data on daily Ontario power production through this link https://www.cns-snc.ca/media/ontario...ectricity.html
the data only shows 20MW of production from all solar
power sources when the NRC's study determined that there was over 1800 MW of generation capacity from all solar
sources except net metering in Ontario alone. The Ontario Governments goal is to add approximately 50MW of generation capacity per year under their fitt and microfitt programs. Something strange going on here, where is all this solar capacity???? Maybe the production numbers do not reflect any solar from the fitt program.
As far as taxing my power generation under the net metering program. I will wait to include this as income
until the government
starts sending me T4's.