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September 12, 2017

Tesla to quadruple size of Canadian Supercharger network, electrify Trans-Canada

The electric car maker plans to install new chargers coast to coast, bolstering its Canadian charging network as the mass-market Model 3 rolls out
September 18, 2017

Ontario forges ahead with possible hydrogen-powered train project

The province is commissioning rail manufacturers to design fuel cell trains for commuter rail lines in the Toronto area
September 15, 2017

Ethanol is key to a low-carbon future, says Conference Board

A new report says emissions from the use of ethanol are as much as 60 per cent lower than those from gasoline. Minimum ethanol requirements in transportation fuel are already mandatory in many jurisdictions

September 13, 2017

Ballard powers first hydrogen bus routes in France

The Vancouver-based firm has accepted an LOI from its Belgian partner Van Hool NV to power clean tram-buses with its fuel cells for use in Pau, France. Ballard expects to firm up contract details by the end of the year
September 13, 2017

Feds invest $3.7M in waste heat project at Ontario ethanol plant, greenhouse

The emissions-saving project will use a new technology to take advantage of industrial waste heat and carbon dioxide to improve tomato yields
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TechnologyMore Technology

Ontario forges ahead with possible hydrogen-powered train project

The province is commissioning rail manufacturers to design fuel cell trains for commuter rail lines in the Toronto area

Ethanol is key to a low-carbon future, says Conference Board

A new report says emissions from the use of ethanol are as much as 60 per cent lower than those from gasoline. Minimum ethanol requirements in transportation fuel are already mandatory in many jurisdictions

Feds invest $3.7M in waste heat project at Ontario ethanol plant, greenhouse

The emissions-saving project will use a new technology to take advantage of industrial waste heat and carbon dioxide to improve tomato yields

Tesla to quadruple size of Canadian Supercharger network, electrify Trans-Canada

The electric car maker plans to install new chargers coast to coast, bolstering its Canadian charging network as the mass-market Model 3 rolls out

RegulationMore Regulation

Ethanol is key to a low-carbon future, says Conference Board

A new report says emissions from the use of ethanol are as much as 60 per cent lower than those from gasoline. Minimum ethanol requirements in transportation fuel are already mandatory in many jurisdictions

Cheaper to cancel Site C dam than delay B.C. megaproject until 2025: report

A new Deloitte report found pressing the pause button at the hydro construction site could result in missing a key river diversion milestone and inflate the project's cost to more than $12.5 billion

China to ban new gas, diesel cars

In the biggest blow to traditional engines to date, Beijing is working on a timetable to stop production of gas and diesel cars in favour of electrics

Carbon pricing alone can’t meet Canada’s emission reduction targets: report

According to a joint report by The Conference Board of Canada and The Canadian Academy of Engineering, carbon pricing won't be enough to meet ambitious targets, and deep emission cuts will carry an exorbitant cost

FinancingMore Financing

Feds invest $3.7M in waste heat project at Ontario ethanol plant, greenhouse

The emissions-saving project will use a new technology to take advantage of industrial waste heat and carbon dioxide to improve tomato yields

Candy giant Mars investing US$1B to tackle emissions across supply chain

Under a new sustainability initiative, the company aims to cut its overall greenhouse gas emissions by 67 per cent by 2050, lift smallhold farmers out of poverty

Ontario creates new $377M green fund with money from cap-and-trade program

The province plans to hand out smart thermostats to eligible homeowners for free under the new program and promised more benefits shortly

Alberta-based Capital Power to build $182M wind farm in North Dakota

The company expects to bring the 99 megawatt project in McHenry County, North Dakota online by late 2018

Environment and SafetyMore Environment and Safety

Ethanol is key to a low-carbon future, says Conference Board

A new report says emissions from the use of ethanol are as much as 60 per cent lower than those from gasoline. Minimum ethanol requirements in transportation fuel are already mandatory in many jurisdictions

China to ban new gas, diesel cars

In the biggest blow to traditional engines to date, Beijing is working on a timetable to stop production of gas and diesel cars in favour of electrics

Researchers look to revive 3,500-year-old technology to take on energy storage

MIT scientists are aiming to give a millennia-old ceramic invention a few modern tweaks and put it to work storing energy from clean power projects

Candy giant Mars investing US$1B to tackle emissions across supply chain

Under a new sustainability initiative, the company aims to cut its overall greenhouse gas emissions by 67 per cent by 2050, lift smallhold farmers out of poverty

SustainabilityMore Sustainability

Ethanol is key to a low-carbon future, says Conference Board

A new report says emissions from the use of ethanol are as much as 60 per cent lower than those from gasoline. Minimum ethanol requirements in transportation fuel are already mandatory in many jurisdictions

Feds invest $3.7M in waste heat project at Ontario ethanol plant, greenhouse

The emissions-saving project will use a new technology to take advantage of industrial waste heat and carbon dioxide to improve tomato yields

Tesla to quadruple size of Canadian Supercharger network, electrify Trans-Canada

The electric car maker plans to install new chargers coast to coast, bolstering its Canadian charging network as the mass-market Model 3 rolls out

China to ban new gas, diesel cars

In the biggest blow to traditional engines to date, Beijing is working on a timetable to stop production of gas and diesel cars in favour of electrics

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