Canada invests in renewables more than a billion dollars

Publish date: January 30, 2007

According to Canadian Prime Minister Stiven Harper, his government will allocate more than one billion US dollars for renewable energy development, including wind power engineering.

These financial means will assist hydro and wind energy development, Sinhua agency reports.

This is the second energy program, announced by the Canadian government since 2007. Canadian Minister of Natural resources has already announced a program of alternative sources of energy development.

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