Canadians pull the plug on renewable energy scheme


Canadian province of Nova Scotia cancels a successful project which rewarded people for generating renewable energy, reports Climate News Network

The Canadian province of Nova Scotia, on the country’s Atlantic seaboard, has ended a programme which gave citizens an incentive to produce renewable energy.

The decision, which will initially mean lower prices for energy users, is at odds with widespread warnings that renewable energy must rapidly replace fossil fuels.

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