Long-Term Energy Plan

The latest Ontario Long-Term Energy Plan (LTEP), Achieving Balance was released by the Ministry of Energy in 2013. The full version, associated background and recent activities are available on the Ministry of Energy website.

Since the 2013 release, the IESO has been tracking the actual key parameters including electricity supply, demand, conservation, cost of electricity service and emissions, and comparing them to the forecast in the 2013 LTEP.

The 2013 LTEP takes a pragmatic approach designed to balance the following five principles: cost-effectiveness, reliability, clean energy, community engagement and an emphasis on conservation and demand management before building new generation.

A series of six modules provides a summary of assumptions and a breakdown, by category, of the facts and figures underpinning the LTEP. The modules were developed in conjunction with a summary of the assumptions used in the development of the LTEP. To access the underlying data associated with all tables and charts the LTEP, see the Consolidated Figures and Data Tables report.

For earlier LTEPs, and additional planning documents see the Document Library.