Energy Products and Equipment
Test flight used Gevo blend of 50 per cent alcohol-to-jet and 50 per cent jet propellant fuels
World’s first dedicated facility located in Burnaby, BC
The Canadian and US valve market is posting its third year of shipments growth. Water and wastewater are still the biggest markets for valve suppliers.
Generators will begin shipment in the third quarter of 2012
Guidance on transitioning fleets
Nissan “LEAF to Home” charging system seen for first time in Canada
26 million fewer tons of carbon emissions since 1997
NOV subsidiary to buy CE Franklin for $240 million.
Says the work stoppage could cost Canada $540 million per week
Made possible through IREQ licensing agreeement.
R&D focuses on strengthening solar-capture capabilities.
Landfill gas will be compressed and used as renewable transport fuel.
Facility will manufacture components for hybrid and electric cars.
Northern Graphite looks to boost Canadian spherical graphite market, relieving dependence on Chinese producers.
Ontario-made turbines will generate enough energy to power 120,000 homes.
Partnership will develop battery packs for electric and hybrid cars.
Dell, Crate and Barrel place confidence in quirky packaging made from mushrooms.
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The electric car maker, which was granted a $529-million loan by the U.S government, has laid off employees before producing one vehicle.
The German automaker will also supply Toyota with diesel engines