Renewable energy is so efficient that it can be sustained without a large workforce, says the expert.
The Wolfe Island Wind Farm produces 100 MW of energy on a "really windy day" and only takes three people to maintain, as opposed to a small natural gas plant which requires about 40 people to produce the same amount of energy. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/QUOI Media Group
As Canada transitions to a reliance on cleaner energy, the energy’s self-efficiency could mean the loss of future Canadian energy jobs, says one expert.
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