Last week the Canadian nuclear industry made a series of much-reported announcements on the possibility of building new reactors in Ontario and Saskatchewan. The nuclear industry’s public relations campaigns, unfortunately, often overshadows the potential and growth taking place in the renewable and clean energy sectors.
For example, the Toronto Star's Tyler Hamilton reports today on the growth and potential for waste heat recovery in Ontario. In the same vein, Greenpeace UK released a report last week showing how harnessing wasted heat energy at industry sites across Britain is a quick and efficient way of lowering greenhouse gas emissions.
To learn more about how heat recovery is a doable and desirable energy option, watch the following video produced by Greenpeace UK.
The Convenient Solution