Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016
Robert Hornung is president of the Canadian Wind Energy Association.
It is both ironic and disappointing that the major federal support program for the development of clean and climate-friendly renewable electricity supply is being abandoned just as Canada participates in global climate change talks in Copenhagen.
If Canada wishes to successfully compete for $1-trillion in global investments in new wind energy projects between now and 2020 and truly become a clean energy superpower, it will need to create a stable, long-term policy framework that will draw such inv
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