October 25, 2019 | Technology
Windsor-Essex in southwestern Ontario and York Region in central Ontario couldn’t be more different. One is rural, home to the largest concentration of greenhouses in the province. The other is decidedly urban, consisting of over 1.1 million people, and growing fast. Different as they are, what they share is a need for more electricity to support their regions’ long-term economic development plans. To make this happen, they’re working with the IESO to come up with answers to help address their unique energy needs.
Regional Electricity Networks
Regional electricity networks serve as a platform to discuss local electricity issues and drive solutions to meet the future electricity needs in a region, and Ontario as a whole. They bring together individuals and organizations with an enduring interest in local, regional and provincial electricity issues, who wish to discuss future needs and be informed about the latest issues and innovations in Ontario’s electricity sector.