Boasting a vast renewable potential in all non-hydropower renewables sectors, Canada ispoised to become a renewable powerhouse. Unfortunately, the fractured policy framework and continuingeconomic concerns are currently dampening our outlook. While new support schemes in Alberta andSaskatchewan remain an upside risk, a lower than expected 2016 growth and rising natural gasconsumption mean we expect non-hydropower renewables to play a very minor role in our updated 10-yearforecast until 2026.ewr
Latest Updates And Structural Trends
Non-Hydropower Renewables Capacity and Generation are expected to grow by 5.9% and 5.5%respectively in 2017, with continuous slowing growth expected in our long-term forecasts.