Alberta went from zero to sixth place in all of Canada in energy savings.Continue reading “Alberta ranks sixth in Canada in energy efficiency”
From energy firms to tech giants and food and beverage chains, a growing number of North American companies are signing deals for green electricity and spurring excitement within Alberta’s wind and solar industries.Continue reading “Renewables marketplace looking to take off in Alberta”
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’”
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”
Canmore is piloting a one-year composting program, and while some locals are surprised it took so long, the town explains it had to consider cost and limiting wildlife attractants before moving forward. Continue reading “Canmore finally gets composting program”
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”
Signs now point to Amazon.com eventually becoming a competitor of ailing Tesla Inc.
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.”
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”