Normand Mousseau
Professeur de physique et titulaire de la Chaire UdeM
Matériaux complexes, énergie et ressources naturelles
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Position par rapport aux questions

Vous trouverez ci-dessous les positions préliminaires des divers participants par rapport aux questions soulevées dans l’atelier.

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Guy Marleau

mardi 21 octobre 2014
A common energy policy for Canada : what is there to gain ? Energy and environmental context in Canada From a constitutional point of view, energy in Canada is a shared responsibility between the federal and the provincial governments. Provinces and territories manage their non-renewable (...)


James Meadowcroft

lundi 20 octobre 2014
What is there to gain from a common energy policy ? Many potential gains ; some potential losses. It depends on the purposes of (and the interests steering) the development and implementation of such a common policy. Also : Energy policy should not be pursued in isolation, but needs to be (...)


Pierre-Olivier Pineau

lundi 20 octobre 2014
What is there to gain from a common energy policy ? There are environmental and economic gains to be made from a common energy policy. First, as environmental problems do not stop at political borders, especially GHG, provincial policies lack scale and coordination to maximize their positive (...)


Danny Harvey

lundi 20 octobre 2014


Normand Mousseau

lundi 20 octobre 2014
Why a common energy policy ? For some reasons, electricity dominates discussions and reflexions about energy policies. This was the case in Ontario, for example, even though, except for Quebec, electricity represents only about 20 % of all energy use. A number of other energy issues are (...)


Roger Lanoue

jeudi 16 octobre 2014
Some initial thoughts on the questions. What is there to gain from a common energy policy for Eastern Canada ? An energy policy aims at : security of supply low cost of supply economic development environmental objectives In Eastern Canada, there is no huge security of supply problem (...)


Ian Rowlands

jeudi 16 octobre 2014
What is there to gain from a common energy policy ? I think that there is much to gain – potentially – from a common energy policy. (Please note that by ‘common energy policy’, I do not necessarily mean ‘identical energy policies across various jurisdictions’. Instead, I mean something more akin (...)


Claudio Cañizares

vendredi 10 octobre 2014
Based on the documents I provided and available in the section above, here are some initial thoughts on your questions : 1. What is there to gain from a common energy policy ? I don’t believe it’s possible to have a common "global" energy policy in Eastern Canada, or Canada for that matter, (...)


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