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April 20, 2017

Never short on potential, Canadian cleantech industry still bleeding money

A new report from Analytica Advisors shows Canada's clean technology industry is falling behind its international competitors
April 24, 2017

Researchers tout more accurate way to measure oilsands air pollution

Federal scientists have devised a way to measure air pollution around the oilpatch and say industry estimates could be up to four times less than the actual pollution levels
April 24, 2017

Tesla doubling size of Supercharger network by end of year

The electric carmaker plans to build more than 5,000 new chargers by the end of 2018 as it prepares for a major influx of Model 3 drivers

April 24, 2017

Carbon pricing could provide $120B of business for cleantech, says Lux Research

The Boston-based research firm says carbon pricing presents opportunities for transportation, waste, building, agriculture and electricity sectors; but economic shortfalls and political opposition complicate matters
April 24, 2017

Canada delays methane regulations for three years following U.S. retreat

Trump pressed the pause button on methane cuts in the U.S. after taking office; despite the longer timeline, the Canadian oilpatch says it's still committed to the cuts
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Researchers tout more accurate way to measure oilsands air pollution

Federal scientists have devised a way to measure air pollution around the oilpatch and say industry estimates could be up to four times less than the actual pollution levels

Tesla doubling size of Supercharger network by end of year

The electric carmaker plans to build more than 5,000 new chargers by the end of 2018 as it prepares for a major influx of Model 3 drivers

Carbon pricing could provide $120B of business for cleantech, says Lux Research

The Boston-based research firm says carbon pricing presents opportunities for transportation, waste, building, agriculture and electricity sectors; but economic shortfalls and political opposition complicate matters

Waterloo, Ont., to turn dog poop into energy, fertilizer through pilot program

The waste-to-energy project will use anaerobic digestion to create biogas from discarded bags of pet waste picked up at three city parks

Canada delays methane regulations for three years following U.S. retreat

Trump pressed the pause button on methane cuts in the U.S. after taking office; despite the longer timeline, the Canadian oilpatch says it's still committed to the cuts

White House calls off meeting scheduled to decide on Paris climate pact

Officials were expected to hammer out a recommendation for President Trump, who has sent mixed messages about the deal

Volkswagen plans all-electric car for China in 2018

Jochem Heizmann, head of VW's China unit, says the electric car is due to be produced under a new brand name in partnership with state-owned Jianghuai Automotive Corp.

EPA delays rules cutting amounts of toxins pumped into drinking water

The rule would have required utilities to reduce the toxins piped from their plants into rivers and lakes often used as sources of clean water

Tesla doubling size of Supercharger network by end of year

The electric carmaker plans to build more than 5,000 new chargers by the end of 2018 as it prepares for a major influx of Model 3 drivers

Never short on potential, Canadian cleantech industry still bleeding money

A new report from Analytica Advisors shows Canada's clean technology industry is falling behind its international competitors

Renewable firm Alterra acquires 320 MW Wyoming wind project

The under-development project is expected to come online in 2020

Vancouver’s Westport Fuel Systems to sell auxiliary power business for US$70M

The deal with an unnamed buyer follows a portfolio review and the company's 2015 merger with Fuel Systems Solutions

Researchers tout more accurate way to measure oilsands air pollution

Federal scientists have devised a way to measure air pollution around the oilpatch and say industry estimates could be up to four times less than the actual pollution levels

U.K. logs its first coal-free day since the 19th century

Once famously choked by "pea soup" fog, Britain has gone a full working day without turning on its coal plants for the first time since the Victorian era

Climate change reroutes Yukon river in rare case of ‘river piracy’

Pointing the finger firmly at global warming, researchers say the three-metre deep Slims River is now little more than trickle

White House calls off meeting scheduled to decide on Paris climate pact

Officials were expected to hammer out a recommendation for President Trump, who has sent mixed messages about the deal

Researchers tout more accurate way to measure oilsands air pollution

Federal scientists have devised a way to measure air pollution around the oilpatch and say industry estimates could be up to four times less than the actual pollution levels

Tesla doubling size of Supercharger network by end of year

The electric carmaker plans to build more than 5,000 new chargers by the end of 2018 as it prepares for a major influx of Model 3 drivers

Never short on potential, Canadian cleantech industry still bleeding money

A new report from Analytica Advisors shows Canada's clean technology industry is falling behind its international competitors

Kentucky coal company aims to turn mountaintop strip mine into solar farm

The Appalachian state still gets more than 80 per cent of its electricity from coal-fired power plants

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Rotem offers top quality industrial gauges of all types

Rotem, the Toronto-based distributor of products for metalworking manufacturers, can supply a range

Mobile fume extraction system helps keep small shops safe and clean

The Mobiflex 200-M, a low vacuum welding fume extraction and filtration system from Lincoln Electric

KSB inks distribution deal with Canadian HVAC product distributor

KSB Pumps has announced a partnership agreement with ONTOR Ltd., a Toronto-based distributor of equi

CRIQ and Festo to open Canada’s first cyber-physical lab in Quebec

Festo and the Centre de recherche industrielle du Québec are proud to announce the opening of Canad

Crowcon gas detectors offer reliable protection

When it comes to protecting workers from gas hazards, you need gas detection products you can trust.

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