2 edition of Hydro-electric development in Ontario found in the catalog.
Hydro-electric development in Ontario
E. B. Biggar
Bibliography: p. 193-195.
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Allied Power: Mobilizing Hydro-electricity during Canada’s Second World War. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, Pp. By the end of the Second World War, Canada had emerged as the world’s second-largest producer of hydro-electricity after the United States. The period to Author: Brian Bertosa. Ontario Hydro, established in as the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, was a publicly owned electricity utility in the Province of was formed to build transmission lines to supply municipal utilities with electricity generated by private companies already operating at Niagara Falls, and soon developed its own generation resources by buying private generation stations.
Canada's hydroelectric future. How Canada's century-old renewable hydro power has evolved – and may be an answer to a fossil-fuel-free future. Ontario — Sir Adam Beck generating stations I & II (Illustration: Shizuka Aoki) By John Lorinc. Ontario Hydro initiates a year demand-supply planning exercise. Ontario Hydro faces a downturn in the economy and falling demand, but the demand-supply plan is not implemented. Consumer rates rise by 40%. The Ontario government freezes energy prices and they remain so for nearly a .
On May 2, Adam Beck, chairman of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, pushed a ceremonial button, marking the official inauguration of publicly-owned electricity distributed by the Toronto Hydro-Electric System. With that historic action, Beck launched what would become the largest municipal electricity distribution company in Canada. Showing jobs for 'hydro projects' Modify. Save as Alert. All Filters. Hydro Projects Jobs. Sort by: Relevance; Date; Get Personalised Job Recommendations. Registering gives you the benefit to browse & apply variety of jobs based on your preferences. Register Now. Get Personalised Job Recommendations.
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Hydro-electric development in Ontario a history of water-power administration under the Hydro-electric Power Commission on Ontario.
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Freeman, 1 book Jean L. Manore, 1 book Ontario Energy Board., 1 book Municipal. Hydro-Electric Railways, a subsidiary of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario ("Ontario Hydro"), was an operator of radial railways in the province of Ontario, Canada.
The Ontario Legislative Assembly granted the commission authority to operate electric interurban railways in the territory served by the commission in the Hydro-Electric Railway Act, Hydro-electric development became a part of party platforms, and a subject of electoral and democratic contestation in provincial elections.
This was especially true in Ontario, from the original Ontario Hydro push to the s “Back to Niagara” campaign and all.
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Ontario Hydro was a Crown corporation owned by the Ontario government until it was privatized in It was the first provincially owned electric utility in Canada and was the largest public electric utility in North America.
Its generation and transmission system included 69 hydroelectric, 8 fossil-fueled and 4 nuclear power stations, along with over km of transmission and. In response to wartime demand Ontario nickel and newsprint production doubled and the Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commission load tripled.
By the value of Canadian pulp and paper exports had reached almost $ million, enough to supply 30 per cent of the U.S. market. InOntario Hydro Power Commission purchased the Ontario Power Company and the hydro-electric generating plant they owned located below the Horseshoe Falls.
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Hardcover. 39 pages. " x ". Numerous excellent black and white photographic plates. Offers a very informative history of the development of hydro-electric power in this d.
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Inthe Fortis Incorporated Power Group purchased this hydro-electric power generating station. It is the last of the low head power stations remaining at Niagara Falls since the former Toronto Power Station (Electrical Development Company) and the Ontario Power Company are not being used anymore.Canada is the world's third largest producer of hydroelectricity after China andCanada consumed the equivalent of megatonnes worth of oil of hydroelectricity, % of worldwide hydroelectric consumption.
Furthermore, hydroelectricity accounted for % of Canada's total energy consumption (% of non-oil sources).Wasdell Falls Hydro-Electric Development Photo by contributor Brian Bockus - Posted May, Photo by contributor Wayne Adam - Posted December, Source: "Green and Sparkling, The Story of Washago" by Frankie MacArthur ().
Thanks to Mark Forsythe for sending me this photo from the book. Plaque Location. The County of Simcoe.