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January 22, 2018

Solar industry on edge as Trump weighs tariffs on panels

Critics of tariffs say the decision will cost U.S. jobs by making solar projects more costly, while supporters say foreign importers are skirting current trade rules
January 22, 2018

Canadian biofuel firm Enerkem strikes $125M scale-up deal with Chinese company

The Montreal-based company's first full-scale plant started up in Edmonton in 2014. The deal is expected to help it push into the Chinese market and could spur growth elsewhere
January 22, 2018

Wind turbine collapses at southwestern Ontario wind farm

Images from the scene show the turbine's tower buckled nearly in half and the blades in a heap nearby; an investigation is underway

January 18, 2018

Canadian, American kidnapped by gunmen in central Nigeria

Police say the two men were investors setting up solar stations in the country. They were captured following a fierce gun battle that left two two officers dead
January 18, 2018

Fuel cell maker Hydrogenics wins $7.8M order from Chinese client

The Toronto-area company expects to ship the fuel cells destined for zero-emission vehicles within the next 12 months
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Fuel cell maker Hydrogenics wins $7.8M order from Chinese client

The Toronto-area company expects to ship the fuel cells destined for zero-emission vehicles within the next 12 months

Feds earmark $700M for BDC cleantech investments

The funding is meant to help the Business Development Bank of Canada to take on more risk to providing high-potential clean tech firms with more capital

Nova Scotia hands out tidal energy funds as environmental question marks remain

The province is offering $150,000 to support five research projects to be put to the test at Dalhousie University's Aquatron

Canada looks to jump-start EV market with funding for chargers coast-to-coast

Ottawa has set aside $120 million to pay for more electric charging and alternative fuelling stations across the country

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Solar industry on edge as Trump weighs tariffs on panels

Critics of tariffs say the decision will cost U.S. jobs by making solar projects more costly, while supporters say foreign importers are skirting current trade rules

Wind turbine collapses at southwestern Ontario wind farm

Images from the scene show the turbine's tower buckled nearly in half and the blades in a heap nearby; an investigation is underway

New draft of carbon tax includes break for industrial firms, tightens screws on holdout provinces

Both Saskatchewan and New Brunswick have remained defiant as Ottawa moves toward implementing its carbon tax

CEAA starts assessments of two proposed Innergex hydro projects in Alberta

The pair of 135 megawatt run of river sites would require diverting some of the flow from the Athabasca River through tunnels and turbines

FinancingMore Financing

Canadian biofuel firm Enerkem strikes $125M scale-up deal with Chinese company

The Montreal-based company's first full-scale plant started up in Edmonton in 2014. The deal is expected to help it push into the Chinese market and could spur growth elsewhere

Feds earmark $700M for BDC cleantech investments

The funding is meant to help the Business Development Bank of Canada to take on more risk to providing high-potential clean tech firms with more capital

Nova Scotia hands out tidal energy funds as environmental question marks remain

The province is offering $150,000 to support five research projects to be put to the test at Dalhousie University's Aquatron

Ontario invests $200M to install LEDs, solar panels on hundreds of province’s schools

The funds comes from the Ontario's cap-and-trade auctions, which netted nearly $2 billion last year

Environment and SafetyMore Environment and Safety

Wind turbine collapses at southwestern Ontario wind farm

Images from the scene show the turbine's tower buckled nearly in half and the blades in a heap nearby; an investigation is underway

Feds earmark $700M for BDC cleantech investments

The funding is meant to help the Business Development Bank of Canada to take on more risk to providing high-potential clean tech firms with more capital

New draft of carbon tax includes break for industrial firms, tightens screws on holdout provinces

Both Saskatchewan and New Brunswick have remained defiant as Ottawa moves toward implementing its carbon tax

Ontario invests $200M to install LEDs, solar panels on hundreds of province’s schools

The funds comes from the Ontario's cap-and-trade auctions, which netted nearly $2 billion last year

SustainabilityMore Sustainability

Canadian biofuel firm Enerkem strikes $125M scale-up deal with Chinese company

The Montreal-based company's first full-scale plant started up in Edmonton in 2014. The deal is expected to help it push into the Chinese market and could spur growth elsewhere

Solar industry on edge as Trump weighs tariffs on panels

Critics of tariffs say the decision will cost U.S. jobs by making solar projects more costly, while supporters say foreign importers are skirting current trade rules

Toyota to premiere hydrogen fuel cell-powered Mirai in Canada this year

The sedan emits just water and can travel 500 kilometres on a single tank, outdistancing its battery electric rivals

Feds earmark $700M for BDC cleantech investments

The funding is meant to help the Business Development Bank of Canada to take on more risk to providing high-potential clean tech firms with more capital

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