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.
While global attention has been focused on fires burning across the Brazilian Amazon, neighbouring Bolivia is battling its own vast blazes, which have charred an area nearly as extensive as the nation of Lebanon.
Trucks, cars, even electric off-road UTVs are eligible for financial support from Alberta’s Electric Vehicles for Municipalities program
The government agency charged with making Alberta more energy efficient has injected $850 million of economic growth into the province since it began in 2017, and reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 5.7 million tonnes.
On Thursday, the Canadian Government announced that a $40-million investment has been made for the Atmospheric Fund to create Canada’s first ever climate centre in the Greater Toronto area. Continue reading “Feds Launching Low Carbon Cities Throughout Canada”
What began as a friendly rivalry between two southern Alberta towns has ended with what may be one of the most extensive programs of solar power anywhere in the country.
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.”
As the push continues to shift our country towards clean growth, and combating climate change, a London high school was at the centre of the movement Tuesday. Continue reading “High School to be Forefront Push for Clean Energy”
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”