Energy Options for Atlantic Canada

edited by Marshall Conley and Graham Daborn

At the beginning of the 1980s, the energy future of the Atlantic Provinces looked more promising than ever before. This book examines contemporary energy options, the attractions and drawbacks of each.

At the beginning of the 1980s, the energy future of the Atlantic Provinces looked more promising than ever before. This book examines contemporary energy options, the attractions and drawbacks of each.

It considers five major energy sources--oil and gas, coal, nuclear, hydro and tidal power--and assesses each source's potential. It considers the possible environmental impact of developing new resources, and the political and economic implications of choosing an energy-oriented development strategy.

Energy Options for Atlantic Canada considers future development at a crucial period in Atlantic Canadian history.

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