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March 25, 2017

University of Toronto researchers inch printable solar toward reality

A Canadian team has eliminated one of major obstacles to commercializing a new type of solar cell that can be printed using a simple inkjet process
March 23, 2017

Let there be light: German scientists test ‘artificial sun’

The giant honeycomb-like research project is designed to help shed light on new ways of making fuel
March 23, 2017

Climate outlook improves as fewer coal plants built, says joint report

Construction of coal plants in China and India was down 62 per cent in January 2017 from a year earlier; American and European coal plants are being retired at a record pace

March 23, 2017

London Taxi Company rolling out world’s first EV taxi

Global sales of the world's first mass-market electric taxi will begin in early 2018; LTC is investing 300 million pounds in the U.K.s first electric vehicle plant to facilitate production
March 21, 2017

Workforce at B.C.’s Site C hydro project climbs past 2,000

With construction on the controversial megaproject on Peace River ramping up, BC Hydro says 2,124 workers are now employed at the site
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University of Toronto researchers inch printable solar toward reality

A Canadian team has eliminated one of major obstacles to commercializing a new type of solar cell that can be printed using a simple inkjet process

Federal budget stands pat on cleantech shift despite change of course in U.S.

Budget 2017 lays out a multibillion-dollar investment in clean technology; it includes funds for energy storage, smart grids and electric vehicles, among many other fields

Let there be light: German scientists test ‘artificial sun’

The giant honeycomb-like research project is designed to help shed light on new ways of making fuel

Climate outlook improves as fewer coal plants built, says joint report

Construction of coal plants in China and India was down 62 per cent in January 2017 from a year earlier; American and European coal plants are being retired at a record pace

Federal budget stands pat on cleantech shift despite change of course in U.S.

Budget 2017 lays out a multibillion-dollar investment in clean technology; it includes funds for energy storage, smart grids and electric vehicles, among many other fields

Climate outlook improves as fewer coal plants built, says joint report

Construction of coal plants in China and India was down 62 per cent in January 2017 from a year earlier; American and European coal plants are being retired at a record pace

Ontario to put cap-and-trade system to test in first carbon credit auction

Other provinces considering carbon pricing plans are keeping close tabs on the province's first auction as opponents continue to criticize added costs

GE cleared to buy Denmark turbine blade maker LM Wind Power

EU regulators approved the deal unconditionally, saying the company would continue to face "effective competition" in Europe

Federal budget stands pat on cleantech shift despite change of course in U.S.

Budget 2017 lays out a multibillion-dollar investment in clean technology; it includes funds for energy storage, smart grids and electric vehicles, among many other fields

London Taxi Company rolling out world’s first EV taxi

Global sales of the world's first mass-market electric taxi will begin in early 2018; LTC is investing 300 million pounds in the U.K.s first electric vehicle plant to facilitate production

GE cleared to buy Denmark turbine blade maker LM Wind Power

EU regulators approved the deal unconditionally, saying the company would continue to face "effective competition" in Europe

Only ‘unparalleled ramp up’ of cleantech will prevent spike in temperature: IEA

Two reports from two international agencies have come to the same stark conclusion about climate change. Countries must move away from fossil fuels immediately or face dangerous consequences

University of Toronto researchers inch printable solar toward reality

A Canadian team has eliminated one of major obstacles to commercializing a new type of solar cell that can be printed using a simple inkjet process

Federal budget stands pat on cleantech shift despite change of course in U.S.

Budget 2017 lays out a multibillion-dollar investment in clean technology; it includes funds for energy storage, smart grids and electric vehicles, among many other fields

Let there be light: German scientists test ‘artificial sun’

The giant honeycomb-like research project is designed to help shed light on new ways of making fuel

Climate outlook improves as fewer coal plants built, says joint report

Construction of coal plants in China and India was down 62 per cent in January 2017 from a year earlier; American and European coal plants are being retired at a record pace

University of Toronto researchers inch printable solar toward reality

A Canadian team has eliminated one of major obstacles to commercializing a new type of solar cell that can be printed using a simple inkjet process

Climate outlook improves as fewer coal plants built, says joint report

Construction of coal plants in China and India was down 62 per cent in January 2017 from a year earlier; American and European coal plants are being retired at a record pace

London Taxi Company rolling out world’s first EV taxi

Global sales of the world's first mass-market electric taxi will begin in early 2018; LTC is investing 300 million pounds in the U.K.s first electric vehicle plant to facilitate production

World’s first hydrogen-powered train makes inaugural test run in Germany

Powered by Canadian fuel cells, the Coradia iLint is expected to carry its first passengers in Europe next year

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