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  • H2O Innovation subsidiary lands new deals in US +

    H2O Innovation Inc.’s operation and maintenance (O&M) services subsidiary Utility Partners LLC (UP) has renewed two contracts and extended the Read More
  • EDC offers new green bond +

    Export Development Canada’s (EDC) latest green bond has been priced. Set at $500 million with a 1.8 fixed rate, the Read More
  • Capital Power moving ahead with New Frontier Wind +

    After Capital Power Corp. inked an agreement to sell 87% of the electricity generated from the yet to be constructed Read More
  • General Fusion takes new step towards reactor design +

    Vancouver’s General Fusion has hired two industry veterans to help lead the company through the development of a proof-of-concept fusion Read More
  • Federal, Ontario governments take big step in reducing diesel reliance in FN communities +

    The $60 million in federal funding to connect the Pikangikum First Nation to Ontario’s electricity grid is a major step Read More
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Stock Market

The Canadian Wind Energy Association is taking issue with a Hatch report done for the Canadian Nuclear Association for its simple analysis of greenhouse gas emissions scenarios.

Water Wall Turbine Inc. has secured $1.5 million in funding from the federal government’s Clean Energy Fund to continue working on its innovative tidal and river stream renewable energy technology.

CDP (the carbon disclosure project) has released proof that it pays to go low carbon. The international NGO says that a new global index based on companies that exhibit leadership through action to mitigate climate change outperforms The Bloomberg World Index by 9.6%.

We’ve all heard of SaaS, or software as a service. Well now SaaS can also mean storage as a service. The concept is the same: rather than each individual owning storage system, it’s shared among a group. A deployment in London, England involving 300 homes and offices as a well as student residences is now trialing the service.

New data from Nanos Research say that the Alberta government should be doing to more to encourage the development of wind energy and other large-scale renewable electricity sources. In fact, nearly 80% of Albertans are in favour of more wind and renewables generation.