安大略省的例子帮助人们记住，要建立一个可再生能源使用的政策联盟，不同的是，在实施可再生能源使用项目的同时，需要从公众那里获得支持。在制定可再生能源政策的早期成功方面，这些因素可能不足以在整个实施过程中推动重大利益(Mark 423;Dolter 435)。在这种情况下，政策制定者常常反对导航，而且经常面临外部环境的压力，但在这种时候，需要分析制定的政策是否会导致灵活的结果。与其专注于短期利益，重点应该放在实现长期利益上，而这是大多数政府都倾向于提倡的，实际上应该被抑制的做法。此外，在这些场景中变更管理对于消除对立的断言也是至关重要的。
firstly, if a policy is supported at higher level it does not imply that widespread support of the public will be gained by it especially when deployment of the policy is at a local level.
Secondly, asymmetric information struggle of the government while setting the price leads towards weakening the legitimate policy of the public because of enhanced costs.
Thirdly, when same policy is pursued by several jurisdictions then it leads towards simultaneous political conflict to develop at the international level
The case of Ontario helps in remembering that to build a policy coalition for renewable energy usage, the different lies in the support that is required to be gained from the public while implementing the projects on renewable energy usage. Those factors accounting for early success in policy making of renewable energy may not be enough for propelling significant benefits throughout its implementation (Mark 423; Dolter 435). In such situations, policy makers often oppose the navigation and often face pressures from the external environment but in such time the need is to analyze whether or not the formulated policy will lead towards flexible outcomes or not. Rather than focusing on short term benefits, the focus should be laid on achieving long term benefits and this is a common practice that most governments tend to promote when actually it should be suppressed. Additionally, change management in such scenarios is also crucial for removing the opposing claims.
Each of these tensions have resulted from policy design political choices and challenges that were underappreciated while transitioning the electricity system of Ontario into a zero carbon emitting electricity zone.
Throughout the policy regime development in Ontario’s electricity sector there have been various reforms and considerable changes, however there is no doubt that de-carbonization can be attained in the sector of electricity system by expanding the grid in Ontario. The benefits of the same are explained in the following section.