Ontario is backtracking on clean, safe renewable energy and doubling down on nuclear energy.  It is a dangerous direction, and one we need to change quickly — but we need your help.

Ontario is backtracking on green energy and charging ahead with nuclear

Ontario has embarked on spending tens of billions of dollars rebuilding 10 old nuclear reactors despite the fact that there are much lower cost options to keep our lights on. Meanwhile, the rest of the world is moving quickly to adopt safe renewable power, where costs continue to fall rapidly.

The Ontario Clean Air Alliance has been a leading voice for stopping nuclear boondoggles and creating a sane, safe 100% renewable energy system. We need your financial support to keep up this important work at this critical time.

The good news is that thanks to our tireless efforts, the Ontario government recently signed a modest power import deal with Quebec at a cost of just 5 cents per kilowatt hour (kWh). It’s a start, but there is no reason to pay 17 cents per kWh to rebuild our aging reactors when we can buy Quebec water power for only 5 cents/kWh.

Quebec power is costing us just 5 cents per kWh

If you want a future free from dangerous and expensive nuclear energy and powered by clean green energy, then join us by making a donation through our CanadaHelps.org page today.  Your gift of $50, $100, $500 or $1,000 allows us to undertake the critical research that will absolutely demonstrate that going green is the right direction.