Analytica Advisors starts its 2017 Canadian Clean Technology Industry report by noting on the surface, “Canada appears to be undergoing something of a clean-growth Renaissance.” The operative word there being appears because in reality, there is significant trouble ahead for the domestic cleantech sector.
If Canada has any hope of coming close to its climate objectives and greenhouse gas emissions reductions targets, a concerted effort across a number of sectors is required. The built environment, residential and commercial, is one area that can generate big emissions reductions and economic gain at the same time.
New data from Lux Research says that Canadian companies developing and selling technology to cut carbon emissions have a big opportunity in front of them. The research firm says the market is estimated to be worth $120 billion.
A new report from the Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance (CEEA) says that Ontario local distribution companies (LDCs or electric utilities) have to change the way they engage the Millennial audience, or efforts to reduce energy consumption conservation could ineffective.
LG Chem Ltd. is now offering its range of residential energy storage systems to the North American market, the company announced on April 19.