A six-acre solar farm on the Ermineskin Cree Nation, south of Edmonton, is the backdrop of five short films created by Indigenous teenagers.Continue reading “Cree youths explore impact of solar project on community through film”
After seven carbon tax-free months, Albertans face the prospect of once again having to pay a premium on greenhouse gas-emitting fuels starting Jan. 1.Continue reading “New year, new carbon tax: What Albertans need to know”
Petro-Canada says it has completed a cross-Canada network of electric vehicle (EV) fast chargers, with more than 50 sites located in small towns and big cities from the Rockies to the Maritimes.
A school in the Nemiah Valley, two-and-a-half hours southwest of Williams Lake, B.C. is trying to reduce its diesel consumption by getting most of its energy from solar panels.Continue reading “Remote B.C. school gets most of its power from $450K solar energy system”
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”