Canada’s Adoption of Renewable Power Sources Energy Market Analysis May 2017

N/A | February 17, 2017

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Canada generates a large share of its electricity from renewable sources, including hydro generation, compared to other countries. In 2015, renewables accounted for 66% of generation, up from 60% in 2005. Only five countries1 produce a similar or larger share of electricity from renewable sources: Norway, New Zealand, Brazil, Austria, and Denmark.

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