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Renewables, including hydro, accounted for two-thirds of Canada's electricity generation in 2015

from Hydro World

The share of electricity in Canada that comes from renewable sources, including hydro, reached 66 per cent in 2015, compared with 60 per cent in 2005, according to a recently released report. In Canada's Adoption of Renewable Power Sources, the National Energy Board points out that Canada was a global leader in total hydroelectric production in 2015, second only to China. About 60 per cent of Canadian electricity came from hydropower in 2015, "typically from large facilities with reservoirs. This type of hydro power is a valuable part of Canada’s generation mix, since it economically stores energy and moderates fluctuations from intermittent renewable sources," the report says. more

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