Bay Du Nord project part of the transition period to green energy: N.L. premier

Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Andrew Furey says there is going to be a need for petroleum products in the transition to green energy.

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    1. Iā€™m not pretending to be an expert but I follow A LOT of environmental channels and there are significant complexities to what appears to be a straightforward idea šŸ™‚

      They are working on it and we can/should hope the find solutions so we can use it with other sources too šŸ‘

  1. Mr. Furey needs to have a chat with Trudeau and his activist Energy Minister Steven Guilbeault who seem to think there is already a “known” baseload source of energy to transition to right now.

  2. I wouldn’t worry about the carbon emissions this deal with ev is bad also mining is going to go threw the roof and the hydro grid
    Is already struggling we here it every summer when the air-conditioning kicks in reserve power cut back on home uses.

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