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Population growth, demographic views and their relationship to electrical energy planning / Christopher E. Taylor
Bib ID 2574739
Format BookBook
Author
Taylor, Christopher E
 
Description Toronto : Royal Commission on Electric Power Planning, 1978 
37 p. : graphs ; 28 cm. 
Notes

"A report prepared for the Royal Commission on Electric Power Planning".

Other authors/contributors Ontario. Royal Commission on Electric Power Planning
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