CANADA'S WINDPOWER UP
WINDPOWER - Canada's wind energy industry further expanded its installed capacity in 2018, while solidifying its status as the lowest-cost source of new electricity generation. Newly commissioned projects brought total national wind energy capacity to close to 13,000 MW, according to new year-end findings from the Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA).
Meanwhile, competitive auction results in Saskatchewan and Alberta confirmed the wind industry's ability to continue to deliver record-low prices.
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