In Ontario, electricity is produced from a number of sources. The Electricty Supply Mix, for an electricity product, is the combination of power sources used to generate the product.
The following chart shows the combination of electricity sources used to generate the electricity consumed in Ontario in 2014.
* Source: Ontario Energy Board
For real time data and to learn more about Ontario's diverse supply mix, visit: http://ieso.ca/
**Includes generation from the Lennox Generating Station that uses both natural gas and oil
***Biological materials including gases generated from the decomposition of biological material.
Includes generation from the Cochrane and Kirkland Lake Generating Stations that use both biomass and natural gas.
^Includes garbage, refuse, domestic waste, industrial waste and municipal waste, including landfill gas but not including biomass/biogas