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March 31, 2020

Next generation solar panels boost efficiency but may carry toxic risks

Many of the next generation solar technologies rely on nanomaterials and include toxic heavy metals like lead and cadmium
April 3, 2020

Tesla’s 1Q car sales surged before pandemic shut things down

The Palo Alto, California, company delivered 88,400 vehicles during the first three months of the year
March 31, 2020

Trump rollback of mileage standards guts climate change push

The rollback drew rare public criticism from former President Barack Obama

March 31, 2020

Manitoba delays sales tax cut and carbon tax plan due to COVID-19

Premier Brian Pallister is calling on the federal government to set up an emergency credit agency to borrow money on the provinces' behalf
March 31, 2020

Alberta’s energy war room to spend only on ‘subsistence operations’

The Canadian Energy Centre is reducing its current operating budget by 90% to "reflect needs" during the pandemic
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TechnologyMore Technology

Microsoft: ‘carbon negative’ by 2030 even for supply chain

The tech firm is currently responsible for about 16 million tonnes of emissions per year, including data centres making of electronics components for its devices

Tesla to build factory in Germany after subsidies announced

Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted the new plant “will build batteries, powertrains & vehicles, starting with Model Y"

Nuclear industry accounts for 76,000 jobs across Canada

Canada's nuclear industry is growing in size due to the refurbishment of Ontario's reactors, says Canadian Nuclear Association

Walmart, Tesla settle lawsuit over fiery solar panels

Both sides have resolved issues raised by Walmart in the case

RegulationMore Regulation

Trump rollback of mileage standards guts climate change push

The rollback drew rare public criticism from former President Barack Obama

Tesla factory could be shut under health order

Businesses that can remain open include pharmacies, banks and supermarkets, but not electric car manufacturing

Fisheries Act offence results in $1.25M fine for Alberta-based fuel retailer

Drever Agencies pleaded guilty to a charge of depositing a deleterious substance into water frequented by fish

FinancingMore Financing

Feds invest $13M in aquatic habitats

Funding for 24 projects will help restore and protect aquatic ecosystems on Canada’s three coasts

Final report from Muskrat Falls inquiry released to the public in St. John’s

The 824-megawatt hydroelectric dam's costs have essentially doubled since it was sanctioned in 2012

Canada raising awareness for electric vehicles in Yukon

The federal government announced $48,500 in funding for the Government of Yukon

Tax writeoffs coming for off-road electric cars, Trudeau tells miners

Trudeau was in Toronto speaking at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada conference

Environment and SafetyMore Environment and Safety

Trump rollback of mileage standards guts climate change push

The rollback drew rare public criticism from former President Barack Obama

Manitoba delays sales tax cut and carbon tax plan due to COVID-19

Premier Brian Pallister is calling on the federal government to set up an emergency credit agency to borrow money on the provinces' behalf

Next generation solar panels boost efficiency but may carry toxic risks

Many of the next generation solar technologies rely on nanomaterials and include toxic heavy metals like lead and cadmium

Alberta’s energy war room to spend only on ‘subsistence operations’

The Canadian Energy Centre is reducing its current operating budget by 90% to "reflect needs" during the pandemic

SustainabilityMore Sustainability

Big Oil’s interest in renewable energy investments expected to waver: report

The report says that won't likely slow overall investment; fossil fuel players weren't putting much money into it anyway

25 Ballard fuel-cell modules destined for Solaris buses in Germany

Shipments of modules to the bus maker will begin in 2020 and extend into 2021

Environment leaders say feds need to push sustainability as budget nears

But the Business Council of Canada CEO is calling for an economic budget to respond to the economic crisis "people are feeling"

Canada raising awareness for electric vehicles in Yukon

The federal government announced $48,500 in funding for the Government of Yukon


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