Engery Use by Canadians during the day in Summer
Regarding the previous comment that "the main problem with the Canadian project is that it will generate most of its electricity during the day in summer while the Canadians use most energy in winter"
This statement is incorrect when it comes to electricity usage.
As a Canadian, I can tell you where I live (in Toronto, Ontario, Canada), it is in July and August during the day that we have set energy consumption records.
This link shows that we use as much electricity in July and August as we do in January and February:
Canada is not a country of snow, igloos and flying hockey pucks all months of the year.
In the months of June, July and August, there are parts of Canada (such as Toronto) where temperatures of over 30C are common. I've had relatives visit from Europe in the summer and they're roasting because all they brought with them were warm clothes.
Also, power usage is much higher during the day due to industry and businesses.
The only thing that I think is non-sensical about this solar panel install is... why use vacant land for solar panels when you can mount solar panels on the roof of every house and building? It's a waste to use land for the sole purpose of mounting solar panels.