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Exploring Canada’s changing energy landscape: renewable energy potential, reserves, infrastructure and sustainable energy innovation.

A hydroelectric dam located near Bassano, Alberta.

A hydroelectric dam located near Bassano, Alberta. Locate all of Canada's generating stations using the Canadian Hydropower Interactive Map, below. (Photo: Mark Steel)

Photo: Mark Steel
The Canadian Hydropower Interactive Map helps Canadians understand the invisible but important role hydropower plays in their lives
The main spillway for the Hydro-Quebec's Riviere des Prairies dam

The main spillway for the Hydro-Quebec's Riviere des Prairies dam. (Photo: Blachardb/Wikimedia Commons)

Photo: Blachardb/Wikimedia Commons
Four experts discuss Hydro-Quebec and the driving force behind its gigantic network of generating stations
Ontario — Sir Adam Beck generating stations I & II

Ontario — Sir Adam Beck generating stations I & II (Illustration: Shizuka Aoki)

Illustration: Shizuka Aoki
How Canada's century-old renewable hydro power has evolved – and may be an answer to a fossil-fuel-free future
Labrador — Muskrat Falls Hydroelectric generating facility

Labrador — Muskrat Falls Hydroelectric generating facility (Illustration: Shizuka Aoki)

Illustration: Shizuka Aoki
Navigating the the collaborative future between First Nations and the Canadian hydro industry
Quebec — La Romaine-1 generating station

Quebec — La Romaine-1 generating station (Illustration: Shizuka Aoki)

Illustration: Shizuka Aoki
How Hydro-Quebec is turning problems into opportunities for innovation
Manitoba — Keeyask generating station

Manitoba — Keeyask generating station (Illustration: Shizuka Aoki)

Illustration: Shizuka Aoki
How Canada and the United States are using transmission lines to reduce reliance on coal
The Chaudiere Falls in Ottawa

The Chaudiere Falls in Ottawa. (Photo: Shanta: Wikimedia Commons)

Photo: Shanta: Wikimedia Commons
Canada has about 160,000 megawatts of untapped hydro power. How can we access it?
The CT 2.0, a prototype vehicle running on gasoline for team Alérion Supermileage from Université Laval on the track during the final day of the Shell Eco-marathon Americas in Detroit, April 24, 2016. (Photo: Bryan Mitchell/AP Images for Shell)
What if we told you the car of the future may have already been invented?
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