The best example I can give is that most utilities--though not all--have an obligation to serve. At least we in eastern Canada do. We must provide electricity every minute of every day, so when someone flicks the switch on, we have to be there to provide it. Therefore, we choose which projects to bring forward based on whether or not we can meet that mandate.
So for projects that we might think would be better overall but that we just don't think we'll be able to get completed or get through the process in time...we still have to provide electricity. We're doing that through a variety of other means, not just ours. In many cases, there could be a call for electricity from independent power producers or through other means. So it's not restricted just to our own utilities.