To reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, Canada must commit to building a vast amount of clean energy infrastructure. That's why projects like Site C are critically important.
Canada is pursuing the ambitious goal of cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 80 per cent from 2005 levels, by 2050. For this to be successful, a vast amount of clean electricity capacity has to be created.
Projects like Site C are part of the solution. Site C is a good example because it is using the world's most advanced technology to create lasting, low carbon electricity. This video tells the story of the cutting edge Site C turbines and generators, worth nearly half a billion dollars:
Check out this report from Trottier looking at the scale of the challenge.