Many countries produce electricity utilizing wind, water, coal and nuclear. Wind energy is created by
the power of winds which rotates the windmills and thus through the turbine's electricity gets
converted. In case of water, dams are constructed, and through the kinetic energy, the waterfalls on
the blade of the turbine and thus power gets turned called as thermal energy or the Hydro energy. In
the case of coal, the coal is burned to heat the boilers, and therefore steam is generated. This
superheated steam is then fired on the turbines, and thus electricity gets generated. In the case of
nuclear generation, elements are gone through fission and fusion, and due to the tremendous
energy developed due to their fission or fusion, power gets generated, of which Canada is a country
which produces most of its electricity from nuclear resources.
Energy generation from Canada Natural Gas is also a conventional method of electricity generation,
and this method is widely seen where natural gas is found in abundance. But it’s also essential to
look after the pollution levels too because the electricity generated from coal generates tremendous
pollution that is why many countries including Canada is striving hard to stop its generation from
coal than to depend on hydroelectric power plants, nuclear plants and from natural gas. That is why
only 3.2 percent of electricity generation is observed in Canada.
That is why the section of fuels to generate electricity is the main reason behind the electricity prices
hikes and current prices. As there are no nuclear power plants in Italy, therefore the countries
primary electricity production is dependent on natural gas and other renewable energy resources. In
Canada, the Canada energy suppliers are mainly reliant on the Nuclear energy of about 59 percent,
whereas hydroelectricity comprises 23 percent and the rest is generated from other resources. That
is why Canada was the country to supply electricity at the minimum rates across the globe, but due
to some reasons people there now, are paying four times the basic electricity prices. The money in
the Canada energy savings is left decidedly less that started ringing bells for the Canadian
government especially in Ontario.
It is essential for a region to understand its hourly electricity prices to reduce their energy
consumption as low as possible to avoid wastage of it and to cut their spending on it. Mainly, to
tackle the price hikes in Ontario, the government has started to explain the hourly Ontario electricity
prices (HOEP) to the consumers and the long-term energy plan (LTEP) so that the consumers can
make the best strategies and of course the businesses which were shut due to these hikes to
resume. To build up these strategies and to help out the consumers in Ontario various electricity
advisors are helping the consumers to make crucial steps to curb out this issue. In the coming days,
due to these precautionary measures we’ll live a better world for our upcoming generations.