Alberta sees 'extraordinary season' for electricity demand
from Calgary Herald
Alberta saw a larger year-over-year spike in peak electricity demand than any other jurisdiction in North America this winter, a phenomenon that is being attributed to abnormally cold temperatures coupled with rapid oilsands development. "It's been an extraordinary season, as far as growth," said John Esaiw, director of forecasting for the Alberta Electric System Operator.
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