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June 27, 2016

SolarCity offer to test Elon Musk, Tesla as conflicts of interest threaten to sink deal

Many investors not lining up behind billionaire CEO, who said deal is a "no brainer." Tesla shares are down more than 10 per cent since last week's offer
June 27, 2016

Canadian Solar manufacturing plant in eastern China hit by tornado

Company's Funing solar cell facility damaged by a severe storm that left 98 dead and 800 injured in eastern China late last week
June 25, 2016

Huge 88-metre wind turbine blade—the world’s largest—emerges from Danish plant

First blade for Adwen's new eight-megawatt turbine to undergo validation testing as company gears up for serial production

June 23, 2016

Solar plane skips across Atlantic, powers toward round-the-world goal

Matching Lindbergh's feat fuel-free, Solar Impulse 2 touches down in Spain
June 23, 2016

Ontario municipality acted in bad faith by quashing wind energy project, court rules

Decision paves for for wind turbine project in Ontario's Kawartha Lakes region, reinforces provincial legislative authority over municipal bylaws
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Huge 88-metre wind turbine blade—the world’s largest—emerges from Danish plant

First blade for Adwen's new eight-megawatt turbine to undergo validation testing as company gears up for serial production

Sweden powers up world’s first electric highway outside Stockholm

Design allows trucks to seamlessly connect and disconnect from electrified overhead wires while traveling at speeds of up to 90 kilometres per hour

Feds looking to dole out $50M to fund cleantech projects in oil and gas sector

Natural Resources Canada to help companies build demonstration projects, undertake engineering studies for next-gen oil sands technologies

BMW introduces home energy storage unit using spent batteries from all-electric i3

German car company becomes latest automaker to repurpose its battery technology, will roll into energy industry with new second-life battery

Ontario municipality acted in bad faith by quashing wind energy project, court rules

Decision paves for for wind turbine project in Ontario's Kawartha Lakes region, reinforces provincial legislative authority over municipal bylaws

Nuclear powers’ struggles continue as last California plant slated to close

Nuclear advocates says Diablo Canyon closure unique to California, but high costs, cheap renewables weigh on industry coast to coast

Carmakers, Canadian governments aim to put end to electric car ‘range anxiety’

Even as batteries improve, prospective electric vehicle buyers are still most concerned about where they'll get their next charge

Nova Scotia minister green-lights Bay of Fundy tidal turbines despite opposition

Decision to push project forward comes after it appeared concerned fishermen might derail plan to install the giant underwater turbines

SolarCity offer to test Elon Musk, Tesla as conflicts of interest threaten to sink deal

Many investors not lining up behind billionaire CEO, who said deal is a "no brainer." Tesla shares are down more than 10 per cent since last week's offer

Feds looking to dole out $50M to fund cleantech projects in oil and gas sector

Natural Resources Canada to help companies build demonstration projects, undertake engineering studies for next-gen oil sands technologies

Carmakers, Canadian governments aim to put end to electric car ‘range anxiety’

Even as batteries improve, prospective electric vehicle buyers are still most concerned about where they'll get their next charge

Quebec extends fast-charging network along Montreal-Quebec City corridor

The government is looking to increase the number of electric vehicles on Quebec roads 10-fold by 2020

Huge 88-metre wind turbine blade—the world’s largest—emerges from Danish plant

First blade for Adwen's new eight-megawatt turbine to undergo validation testing as company gears up for serial production

Sweden powers up world’s first electric highway outside Stockholm

Design allows trucks to seamlessly connect and disconnect from electrified overhead wires while traveling at speeds of up to 90 kilometres per hour

Feds looking to dole out $50M to fund cleantech projects in oil and gas sector

Natural Resources Canada to help companies build demonstration projects, undertake engineering studies for next-gen oil sands technologies

Tesla offers to buy SolarCity for US$2.8B, a deal Musk called a ‘no-brainer’

Analysts and shareholders are more skeptical; Tesla shares were down more than 10 per cent following the announcement

Huge 88-metre wind turbine blade—the world’s largest—emerges from Danish plant

First blade for Adwen's new eight-megawatt turbine to undergo validation testing as company gears up for serial production

Sweden powers up world’s first electric highway outside Stockholm

Design allows trucks to seamlessly connect and disconnect from electrified overhead wires while traveling at speeds of up to 90 kilometres per hour

Solar plane skips across Atlantic, powers toward round-the-world goal

Matching Lindbergh's feat fuel-free, Solar Impulse 2 touches down in Spain

Nuclear powers’ struggles continue as last California plant slated to close

Nuclear advocates says Diablo Canyon closure unique to California, but high costs, cheap renewables weigh on industry coast to coast

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Filtermist mist eliminators can remove heat and steam from industrial processes

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New Festo Canada CEO expects continued strong growth

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New robotic bending cell adds capabilities to Quebec manufacturer

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