Canadian Geography: Nova Scotia’s electricity profile: part 0

Self-tutoring about electricity generation in Canada: the tutor turns to Nova Scotia.

I’m from Nova Scotia, though I haven’t been back in decades. I especially miss the Annapolis Valley.

In my recent posts I’ve mentioned Ontario and Quebec’s energy generation. What about Nova Scotia’s?

In the past, Nova Scotia has been a coal producer. Perhaps not too surprisingly, its electricity generation is 60% from coal and coke (as of 2018). (See my previous post explaining what coke is.)

Source:

cer-rec.gc.ca

Jack of Oracle Tutoring by Jack and Diane, Campbell River, BC.

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