The Peaks to Prairies electric vehicle charging network is taking shape as Canmore, Alta. plugs in the first of 20 planned charger sites. Continue reading “Canmore plugs in 1st chargers for EV network”
CALGARY — Rows of luxurious Audis hide from the sun under a canopy of solar panels on the north edge of Calgary, but it’s not the sun that poses a threat to these cars. Continue reading “Calgary: An unlikely location for a creative solar solution”
Signs now point to Amazon.com eventually becoming a competitor of ailing Tesla Inc.
A solar-powered car built by a team of Calgary engineering students came first place in its category at an international racing competition over the weekend. Continue reading “Solar-powered car built by U of C students wins international race”
High-performance athletes need a team of advisers and consultants to help them reach their objectives – so do high-performance homes.
As long as I can remember I’ve always loved sunny days. Regardless of the season, sunshine just makes me feel good.
Tabatha Southey: Clean energy attracts billions in investment every year, employs many thousands of Canadians, and grows more than the rest of the economy. Why doesn’t Canada care?
Premier Jason Kenney may not scrap all of the energy efficiency programs currently funded by Alberta’s carbon tax, though the UCP government remains uninterested in “subsidizing the installation of shower heads and lightbulbs.”
Canada will soon have its first net-zero vertical farm, — a farm that produces as much clean energy as they consume — thanks to a partnership between U of T Scarborough and Centennial College.
The City of Calgary is looking at ways to protect the planet as a debate about waste reduction gets underway. Continue reading “Calgary Considers Municipal Role on Single-Use Plastics”