Taking on the Climate Crisis with a Renewed Energy
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If we want to make a significant dent in the reduction of global warming a sharp pivot towards renewed energy sources is mandatory. Renewable energy uses earth’s natural resources to produce heat, electricity, energy and power. Disruption is necessary. But the good news is that there is enough energy diversity to make the transition easy. President and CEO of The Canadian Renewable Energy Association-Robert Hornung, Chief Commercial Officer of Loop Energy-George Rubin and President and Chief Executive Officer of TransAlta-John Kousinioris get down to the gigawatts of it all.
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