Covering five major hydro-electric projects, this text argues that if Canada's provinces had chosen to integrate their power projects within a national electricity . has been added to your Cart.
Covering five major hydro-electric projects, this text argues that if Canada's provinces had chosen to integrate their power projects within a national electricity network.
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Hydroelectricity in Canada. White gold: Hydroelectric Power in Canada. Download as PDF. Printable version.
Froschauer, Karl, 1946-. Electric utilities - Canada - History, Water-power - Canada - History. Vancouver : UBC Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities.
A discussion of five major hydro-electric projects in Canada. It argues that if the provinces had chosen to integrate their power projects within a national electricity network, then substantial technical, economic and environmental advantages could have resulted.
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Karl Froschauer of Simon Fraser University, Burnaby with expertise in Social Stratification. From 1887 to 1929, the binational Niagara Falls supported tourism and power generation in Ontario.
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Karl Froschauer examines five major hydroelectric projects - Niagara Falls (Ontario), Churchill Falls (Labrador) . an extremely useful and timely book
Karl Froschauer examines five major hydroelectric projects - Niagara Falls (Ontario), Churchill Falls (Labrador), James Bay (Quebec), the Nelson River (Manitoba), and the Peace River (British Columbia) - applying a political economic perspective that unifies his analysis of patterns of hydro development in Canada. an extremely useful and timely book. an excellent reference for those seeking background on contemporary utility restructuring and de(re)-regulation in Canada.