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Energy experts discuss the issues facing their industry

  • Aug 18, 2014
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Energy experts delved into some hard truths about Canada’s energy consumption. At the Classroom Energy Diet Challenge’s Summer Institute that took place July 17-19, the experts shared their thoughts on the issues facing the industry, including the need for better energy literacy and the risks and benefits of different types of energy. Read Thomas Hall’s blog on the CEDC’s website to learn more.


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