Theresa – I realize funding was likely a major contributor to losing momentum on energy planning, but I’m wondering if anything stands out for you with regard to the lull that followed AEA’s 2007-08 work? What could you have done differently? In Yukon we are considering a decentralized approach that will reduce the cost of planning for the communities. In a similar fashion to what is being done in BC, we at YG would work to develop the resources needed for planning, and hopefully empower the communities to do the planning themselves. We anticipate that, by having access to inventories, projections, tools, and maps, the communities could either develop their own energy plans, or incorporate energy planning into their operations via capital plans, OCPs, sustainability plans, or even their asset management programs.