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July 28, 2016

‘Not in my back yard’ gone haywire: local opposition threatens clean energy agenda

Pipelines don't have a monopoly on controversy; be it wind, tidal or hydro, clean power projects face fervent opposition
July 28, 2016

Solar panel maker Strathcona launches $7.8M expansion at Belleville, Ont. plant

Cleantech company eyes export growth as it adds 100,000 square-feet of floor space to primary manufacturing site east of Toronto
July 27, 2016

Alberta awards $13M to researchers, companies working on biomass tech

Funds will support 61 research and development projects aiming to turn agricultural and forestry biomass into usable products

July 27, 2016

Cooking oil, graphene among entry ideas for Canadian oilsands’ CO2 capture prize

47 entrants looking to make use of emissions from fossil fuel-burning power plants will compete for the $20 million top prize
July 27, 2016

Alberta’s wide-reaching carbon tax to become Canada’s most aggressive

Study shows the impact of Alberta's tax on carbon will eclipse even B.C.'s, affecting 78 per cent of the western province's economy
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‘Not in my back yard’ gone haywire: local opposition threatens clean energy agenda

Pipelines don't have a monopoly on controversy; be it wind, tidal or hydro, clean power projects face fervent opposition

Solar panel maker Strathcona launches $7.8M expansion at Belleville, Ont. plant

Cleantech company eyes export growth as it adds 100,000 square-feet of floor space to primary manufacturing site east of Toronto

Alberta awards $13M to researchers, companies working on biomass tech

Funds will support 61 research and development projects aiming to turn agricultural and forestry biomass into usable products

Cooking oil, graphene among entry ideas for Canadian oilsands’ CO2 capture prize

47 entrants looking to make use of emissions from fossil fuel-burning power plants will compete for the $20 million top prize

‘Not in my back yard’ gone haywire: local opposition threatens clean energy agenda

Pipelines don't have a monopoly on controversy; be it wind, tidal or hydro, clean power projects face fervent opposition

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to start targeting aircraft emissions

In a move environmentalists say is long overdue, regulator says it plans to begin imposing limits on jet engine emissions

Tesla working on Autopilot radar changes

Under scrutiny from U.S. government agencies as a result of crash, electric car maker is refining the radar system in its Autopilot self-driving function

Feds seek Autopilot data from Tesla in crash probe

With auto industry momentum carrying automated vehicles toward the mainstream, the inevitable safety check could put the technology on hold

‘Not in my back yard’ gone haywire: local opposition threatens clean energy agenda

Pipelines don't have a monopoly on controversy; be it wind, tidal or hydro, clean power projects face fervent opposition

Solar panel maker Strathcona launches $7.8M expansion at Belleville, Ont. plant

Cleantech company eyes export growth as it adds 100,000 square-feet of floor space to primary manufacturing site east of Toronto

Alberta awards $13M to researchers, companies working on biomass tech

Funds will support 61 research and development projects aiming to turn agricultural and forestry biomass into usable products

Feds fuel Ontario biotech sector with $12M in funding for industry accelerator

Investment in Bioindustrial Innovation Canada expected to create hundreds of jobs, kick-start development on 15 sustainable chemistry projects

‘Not in my back yard’ gone haywire: local opposition threatens clean energy agenda

Pipelines don't have a monopoly on controversy; be it wind, tidal or hydro, clean power projects face fervent opposition

Alberta awards $13M to researchers, companies working on biomass tech

Funds will support 61 research and development projects aiming to turn agricultural and forestry biomass into usable products

Cooking oil, graphene among entry ideas for Canadian oilsands’ CO2 capture prize

47 entrants looking to make use of emissions from fossil fuel-burning power plants will compete for the $20 million top prize

Alberta’s wide-reaching carbon tax to become Canada’s most aggressive

Study shows the impact of Alberta's tax on carbon will eclipse even B.C.'s, affecting 78 per cent of the western province's economy

‘Not in my back yard’ gone haywire: local opposition threatens clean energy agenda

Pipelines don't have a monopoly on controversy; be it wind, tidal or hydro, clean power projects face fervent opposition

Solar panel maker Strathcona launches $7.8M expansion at Belleville, Ont. plant

Cleantech company eyes export growth as it adds 100,000 square-feet of floor space to primary manufacturing site east of Toronto

Alberta awards $13M to researchers, companies working on biomass tech

Funds will support 61 research and development projects aiming to turn agricultural and forestry biomass into usable products

Cooking oil, graphene among entry ideas for Canadian oilsands’ CO2 capture prize

47 entrants looking to make use of emissions from fossil fuel-burning power plants will compete for the $20 million top prize

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