Rio Tinto Alcan seeks competitive power prices
Oct 04, 2013 | 10:46 AM
| Michael Cowden
CHICAGO Rio Tinto Alcan Inc. wants the province of Quebec to provide cheaper energy to its manufacturing sector, including the aluminum industry.
More than three-quarters of the worlds aluminum smelters benefit from power prices lower than those available to large industrial users in Quebec, Étienne Jacques, chief operating officer of the Montreal-based aluminum producers North American primary metal segment, said in a statement. "For Rio Tinto Alcan, competitive energy for the aluminum industry is one of the key components of sustainable growth."....
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