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Novembre 2010 | Bulletin CCTN

…September’s World Energy Congress in Montreal identified security of supply as the number one issue, followed by environmental protection and climate change. The latter is inextricably linked to the energy sector because it is responsible for 60 per cent of global greenhouse gas [GHG] emissions. Clearly, nuclear energy can play a significant role meeting both challenges but has recently faced a mounting barrage of criticism from green energy advocates.

Nowhere is this more evident than in Ontario. Green energy investment driven increases in electricity prices have conservation, wind and solar generation advocates in the media spotlight. Sensing a potential shift in government support, green energy advocates have…

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