Many deadlines have come and gone when it comes to hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, and skeptics will still wonder whether the 2014/2015 time frame for commercial hydrogen fuel cell vehicle introduction by a number of the automakers will be met. But hydrogen is not only working in buses in a number of locations, and its use as a fuel for multi-purpose vehicles is also something that may be on the horizon.
The first geothermal power plant in Canada may very well be located in the Northwest Territories after the McKenzie Valley Land and Water Board (MVLWB) granted Borealis GeoPower Inc. a geothermal land use permit and water license.
Pond Biofuels has landed slightly more than $900,000 in federal funding from FedDev Ontario to continue developing its technology. The Toronto-based company is focused on developing technology to capture CO2, then use it as a feedstock to grow algae and then turn the algae into biofuel.
Tocardo International, a maker of hydro power turbines, is planning to market its products in Canada and the United States, the company said as it signed an agreement with the Dutch government, universities and peers to promote the Netherlands’ green technology in North America.
Run of River Power Inc. has been given the green light on the Skookum Power Project. The company said that it received a Conditional Water License and a License of Occupation from the BC Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations.