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Plan for a green economy for Quebec

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Québec will export its electricity to its neighbours and become the “battery” of northeastern America. By becoming a clean energy supplier, Québec will contribute to the effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions beyond its borders.

In addition to electricity, new sources of renewable energy, including bioenergy, green hydrogen and renewable natural gas will diversify Québec’s energy portfolio. Through the development of these green energies, the government will consolidate the international expertise Québec already has with its clean electricity.

 

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Matt Chester's picture
Matt Chester on Nov 23, 2020

Québec will export its electricity to its neighbours and become the “battery” of northeastern America. By becoming a clean energy supplier, Québec will contribute to the effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions beyond its borders.

I expect plenty of other regions to start to realize the importance and power of this type of approach!

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Thank Charley for the Post!

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