Some additional thoughts about renewables in Canada
Significant non renewable energy reserves could lead to lower investment in renewable technologies and further help growth of GHG emissions. Current state of renewable technology allows implementation at competitive market rate (wind) whose development could bring further industrial prosperity, environmental benefits, international recognition, reduce future energy uncertainties, keep natural resources to future generation leaving positive bequest value Canada large GNP brings, besides well being , obligation of clean technology developments taking leading role in promotion of sustainable development, helping developing and low income countries to import technologies, develop its renewable possibilities and keep strong commitments and respect in international agreements.
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