Nukes, natural gas, renewables in, coal out
Ontario lays out roadmap for energy future; emphasis on salvaging nuclear power; natural gas figures large despite uncertainties
For Petroleum News
Those looking for a blueprint on future energy consumption in North America might be well advised to pay close attention to Ontario, Canada’s industrial heartland and most populous province with 13 million residents.
Pledged to close all of its coal-fired power plants and facing an uncertain supply....
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