The Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) works at the heart of Ontario's power system. The IESO delivers key services across the electricity sector including: managing the power system in real-time, planning for the province's future energy needs, enabling conservation and designing a more efficient electricity marketplace to support sector evolution.
Electricity sector transformation and a path forward
Power Perspectives: Today’s Challenges, Tomorrow’s Opportunities describes what the IESO and sector partners are doing to seize opportunities emerging from unprecedented electricity sector transformation, ensuring Ontario’s power system functions reliably today and into the future.
This publication provides an overview of drivers of change in Ontario’s electricity sector, including emerging technologies, customer expectations, and increased digitalization – touching on themes of innovation, cybersecurity, engagement, reliability, and continuous improvement.
Get Involved in IESO Engagement Initiatives
Stakeholder and community engagement is integral to the IESO's decision-making process. The goal is to provide individuals and organizations with the opportunity to provide input and feedback about proposed decisions or changes that affect them.
The IESO supports transparency, efficiency and consistency in its engagement efforts. Engagement principles guide the conduct of the IESO and participants to ensure an efficient and effective process.
See Active Engagements for the status of current initiatives.
Strengthening Communities through Energy Efficiency
The Municipal Energy Profile, recently released by the IESO, is a comprehensive report that explores some of the ways Ontario municipalities have been able to achieve significant energy and cost savings. It also identifies further opportunities and provides municipalities with valuable information to inform their energy conservation plans.
To read the report, visit the Municipal Energy Profile webpage.
News and Updates:
- Posting of Final Scoping Assessment and Terms of Reference for Ottawa Region September 13, 2018
- Fall schedule now available for public marketplace training courses August 30, 2018