EDMONTON — The Edmonton Convention Centre’s iconic glass roof now boasts the largest building-integrated photovoltaic array in Canada.Continue reading “Edmonton Convention Centre’s new power generating roof”
The City of Edmonton is making green solutions more accessible to its citizens.Continue reading “The City of Edmonton launches new environment rebate program”
Solar power is beating expectations in oil and gas rich Alberta, where the renewable energy source is poised to expand dramatically in the coming years as international power companies invest in the province.
Two major B.C.-based retailers are shutting their doors on Friday in support of climate strikes scheduled across Canada.
It began with one teenage girl skipping school on a Friday to push her government to do something about climate change.
Alberta’s oil-based economy needs to prepare itself for a looming consumer shift to electric vehicles, a Calgary crowd heard Tuesday. Continue reading “Shift to electric vehicles in Alberta is ‘inevitable’”
The market triumph of renewable energy marks the biggest victory yet in the fight against global warming. Solar and wind are proliferating not because of moral do-gooders but because they’re now the most profitable part of the power business in most of the world. An industry that once relied on heavy subsidies and was propped up by government mandates is now increasingly standing on its own.
A Calgary-based company has received regulatory approval to build a massive solar farm, the largest facility of its type in Canada, in southern Alberta.
Want to drive to Quebec City from St. John’s, and drop into Prince Edward Island along the way for only $30? Continue reading “Driving 3,250 km for only $30, in an electric vehicle”
The City of Calgary is sending 2,000 tonnes of plastic clamshell containers to the landfill in August. After taxpayers paid a few hundred thousand dollars to store them, it turns out no one will recycle the containers. Lisa MacGregor reports.