By Michelle Froese According to a new report released by the country’s National Energy Board (NEB), Canada generates a larger share of its electricity from renewable sources than most other developed economies in the world.
The report also notes that every Canadian province and territory (except Nunavut) generated at least some power from wind energy in 2015.
The report, titled Canada’s Adoption of Renewable Power Sources, provides direct comparisons of how Canada ranks internationally for renewable power adoption. It also covers factors that affect the uptake of each renewable source, including financial costs, reliability, and environmental impacts.
While most of the country’s renewables are generated from
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