Energy Ottawa is Ontario’s largest municipally-owned producer of green power.

  • Hydroelectric Generation

    Energy Ottawa owns and operates 16 run-of-the-river hydroelectric facilities, including six stations near Parliament of Canada in downtown Ottawa.

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  • Landfill Generation

    Energy Ottawa’s gas-to-energy generating plants turn landfill gas into renewable energy, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and providing electricity to consumers at the same time.

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  • Solar Installations

    Energy Ottawa has partnered with the City of Ottawa to install solar panels on municipal buildings to increase renewable generation.

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  • About Us

    Energy Ottawa is committed to developing innovative sources of green power generation. As of 2015, it has a portfolio of green power generation that includes:

    • Six hydroelectric stations at Chaudière Falls on the Ottawa River with a total capacity of 38 MW;

    • Six hydroelectric stations in Eastern Ontario with a total capacity of 8.3 MW;

    • Four hydroelectric stations in upper New York State with a total capacity of 22.6 MW;

    • A landfill gas-to-energy plant at the Trail Road Landfill with a capacity of 6 MW;

    • A landfill gas-to-energy plant at the Laflèche Landfill in Moose Creek, ON with a capacity of 4.2 MW.

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  • Energy Ottawa generates enough green power to operate 62,000 homes annually.

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