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December 14, 2017

Winds of change: Alberta backs three firms to build four new wind power projects

The renewable auction set a new record low price for wind energy in Canada, prompting the province procure 50 per cent more power than initially planned
December 15, 2017

Ontario expands electric vehicle incentives to businesses, offers up to $75,000

The rebate program applies to new electric or low-carbon cars and trucks. It covers half of the added cost of buying a cleaner vehicle
December 15, 2017

Canadian pension board forms joint venture to invest in Brazilian wind power

CPPIB's initial investment includes the purchase of two wind parks in northeast Brazil worth $272 million

December 15, 2017

Site C was tough decision, now it’s time to make best use of project: enviro minister

"We're not going to simply build it and let it go to waste," George Heyman said, days after the provincial NDP begrudgingly approved the hydro project
December 14, 2017

Ontario creates $600M rebate program for energy-efficient home renovations

Supplementing a new program for industrial businesses, the homeowner version will fund purchases such as insulation, windows and ground source heat pumps
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Massive nuclear fusion project hails halfway construction milestone

Decades in the making the US$23.7 billion experimental project will trap super-heated hydrogen in a donut-shaped reactor in hopes of generating limitless power

Two Ontario solar firms team up to produce cheaper PV cells that use less silicon

The partnership deal brings together Silfab Solar, a largely automated panel manufacturer in Mississauga and Morgan Solar, a Toronto-based innovator

Researchers at U.S. lab develop highly efficient ‘switchable’ solar window

In a discovery that could shake up the nascent solar window market, NREL scientists have built a thermochromic device that transforms from transparent to opaque, helping it convert sunlight to electricity at 11.3 per cent efficiency

BFC Phosphor Testing Gives LED and Laser Light Manufacturers an Edge in a Booming Market

—Sponsored article by CSA Group. Governments, businesses, and consumers alike are increasingly adopting LED lights because of their long lifespan, energy-efficient properties, and declining costs. The advantages of LED technology over traditional lighting technologies are why the global LED market

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Site C was tough decision, now it’s time to make best use of project: enviro minister

"We're not going to simply build it and let it go to waste," George Heyman said, days after the provincial NDP begrudgingly approved the hydro project

Construction to go ahead on polarizing Site C dam, but cost soars to $10.7B

The provincial NDP gave the hydro project a reluctant green light, blaming B.C.'s previous Liberal government for advancing the project to the point of no return

2018 needs to be year feds put flesh on bones of climate change framework

One year after the Trudeau government's national climate change framework was signed by eight provinces and all three territories, progress on key issues is behind schedule

China not able to join Canada-U.K. coal phase-out alliance: McKenna

Canada's Environment Minister said she's convinced Beijing is committed to tackling climate change, but a pledge to eliminate coal is beyond its current reach

FinancingMore Financing

Ontario expands electric vehicle incentives to businesses, offers up to $75,000

The rebate program applies to new electric or low-carbon cars and trucks. It covers half of the added cost of buying a cleaner vehicle

Canadian pension board forms joint venture to invest in Brazilian wind power

CPPIB's initial investment includes the purchase of two wind parks in northeast Brazil worth $272 million

Ontario creates $600M rebate program for energy-efficient home renovations

Supplementing a new program for industrial businesses, the homeowner version will fund purchases such as insulation, windows and ground source heat pumps

Winds of change: Alberta backs three firms to build four new wind power projects

The renewable auction set a new record low price for wind energy in Canada, prompting the province procure 50 per cent more power than initially planned

Environment and SafetyMore Environment and Safety

Site C was tough decision, now it’s time to make best use of project: enviro minister

"We're not going to simply build it and let it go to waste," George Heyman said, days after the provincial NDP begrudgingly approved the hydro project

Ontario creates $600M rebate program for energy-efficient home renovations

Supplementing a new program for industrial businesses, the homeowner version will fund purchases such as insulation, windows and ground source heat pumps

Enbridge defends decision to sell onshore renewables as climate action increases

The company's CEO said it was an early mover in the renewable space, but that neither wind nor solar are part of its core business

2018 needs to be year feds put flesh on bones of climate change framework

One year after the Trudeau government's national climate change framework was signed by eight provinces and all three territories, progress on key issues is behind schedule

SustainabilityMore Sustainability

Winds of change: Alberta backs three firms to build four new wind power projects

The renewable auction set a new record low price for wind energy in Canada, prompting the province procure 50 per cent more power than initially planned

All I want for Christmas is… an emissions-free car?

Electric vehicles are rising on wish lists across the country, according to a new DesRosiers study. They now trail only SUVs in the consultant's annual poll

2018 needs to be year feds put flesh on bones of climate change framework

One year after the Trudeau government's national climate change framework was signed by eight provinces and all three territories, progress on key issues is behind schedule

Massive nuclear fusion project hails halfway construction milestone

Decades in the making the US$23.7 billion experimental project will trap super-heated hydrogen in a donut-shaped reactor in hopes of generating limitless power

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