BOWMANVILLE, Ont. — NDP Leader Andrea Horwath is set to announce a plan today to lower utility bills and reduce emissions.
The party’s platform promises to expand hydro capacity, increase affordable renewables, improve grid scale storage and make major grid interconnections with Quebec and Manitoba.
They also pledge to introduce an energy efficient building retrofit program, make better use of surplus energy during off-peak hours and stop privatization.
Horwath is set to make the announcement in Bowmanville, as all three major party leaders head out of Toronto on the first weekend of the campaign.
Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford will be in Sault Ste. Marie, where Ross Romano is the Tory incumbent.
Liberal Leader Steven Del Duca will travel to Ottawa and Kingston, where he hopes to keep and win seats respectively.