The Ontario government’s efforts to promote increased renewable electricity generation is not adding significantly to consumers’ electricity bills, according to a study, “Your Home Electricity Bill: A Study on the Costs in Ontario,” released March 14 by Environmental Defence. Renewable non-hydro power generation represents only about 9 percent of the average residential electricity bill, and the shift over the past 10 years to eliminate coal-fired generation and increase renewable production has led to significant environmental and health benefits,...