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British Columbia can significantly limit anticipated increases in GHG emissions
Wind energy is well positioned to limit huge increases in greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) that would result from powering new industrial developments with fossil fuels, according to a new report by the Pembina Institute. The report, GHG Reductions from Enhanced Electrification of Potential New Industrial Demand in British Columbia, finds that clean energy sources such as wind could reduce annual GHG emissions by as much as 8.86 MT CO2eq by 2025 – or the equivalent of converting nearly 2 million passenger cars and trucks into zero-emission vehicles.
Keith Stewart of Greenpeace Canada blogs about Friends of Wind
Keith Stewart of Greenpeace Canada contributed to Friends of Wind through his own Greenpeace Blog. How (and why) to support wind power