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NRCan posts map of clean-energy resources and projects

January 26, 2017  By Ground Water Canada

Ottawa – National Resources Canada has created an interactive map to promote learning about Canada’s clean-energy resources and projects.

The Map of Clean Energy Resources and Projects in Canada details initiatives that focus on renewable energy, electric vehicles, nuclear energy, biofuels, and carbon capture and storage.

This interactive map is composed of several map layers, which show the location of clean-power–generating facilities, bioheat-generation facilities, carbon-capture-and-storage facilities, clean-energy projects that are planned or under construction, clean-energy test centres, and clean-energy research-and-development projects, as well as the energy potential of biomass, geothermal, reservoir-hydro, river-current, solar, tidal, uranium, wave, and wind resources.


View the Map of Clean Energy Resources and Projects (CERP) in Canada.

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