That's the price tag for five seats saved with the Mississauga gas plant cancellation, more if you factor in the Oakville plant.
Local MPPs brush aside suggestions that the cost was worth it to keep their jobs.
Mississauga-Brampton South MPP Amrit Mangat says this wasn't about saving seats at all, it was about listening to the communities near those planned plants.
She's one of a list local Liberal MPPs who were re-elected in 2011 after these decisions were made such as former Education Minister and Etobicoke-Lakeshore MPP Laurel Broten, and Etobicoke Centre MPP Donna Cansfield.
Oakville MPP Kevin Flynn pushed the Liberals to change the plants for a gas plant in his riding. While he says saving his seat was never his motivation, he offers the decision probably didn't hurt him at the ballot box.
Mississauga South MPP and Finance Minister Charles Sousa had the former Greenfield South plant in his riding.
He underlines this wasn't about him keeping his job.
Sousa maintains he's always looked out for the health and safety of his local community.