LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Despite Canada's heavy reliance on coal for electricity generation and its recent withdrawal from the Kyoto agreement, the country's considerable natural potential for renewable electricity generation and the positive changes seen in some provinces provide some optimism for the industry.
The Canadian government has set a goal of generating around 90% of Canada’s electricity from zero-emitting sources by 2021. Canadian provinces also offer generous incentives, and the feed-in-tariff rates for solar PV electricity offered in Ontario are among the most attractive ones the world over.
New discounted market research report “Canada Renewables Report Q4 2012” developed by Business Monitor International (BMI) offers a comprehensive guide to the renewable energy industry’s performance in Canada. It features granular SWOT analysis of the country's renewables sector, detailed market segmentation, latest trends & developments, the leading companies’ profiles, besides offering the overall industry forecast up to 2016 along with long-term scenarios to 2021.
Top companies mentioned in the study include: BC Hydro, Hydro One, Maritime Electric, Ontario Power, Nova Scotia Power, and SaskPower.
Title: Canada Renewables Report Q4 2012
Published: September, 2012
Price: US$ 995.00
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