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Energy futures

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David Nisbet

on 19 April 2012

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Transcript of Energy futures

Nuclear power

Produces 15% of Canada's electricity
Ontario has 16 operating reactors producing 50% of the provinces power
Largest exporter of uranium Geothermal

As of 2007 the government recorded over 30 000 installations in residential and commercial buildings
Currently is responsible for 0.3% of power generation worldwide
24% of Iceland's energy Wind Power

One of the fastest growing sources of power in Canada
Creates 1.1% of electricity in Canada
99 wind farms Solar

Government projects 5% by 2025
Currently used to provide power to remote locations off the grid Tidal Power

Currently very expensive to implement
There are only a few projects in Canada - NS
The Bay of Fundy, with the highest tides in the world is a promising site Biofuels

Mostly used for transportation
Some Canadian cities have begun testing biodiesel buses
Small-scale co-operatives - Vancouver Wave Farming

Currently only in Portugal and Scotland and England
Proposed in California
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