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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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Imagine a time when a utility would be able to find enough electricity to handle peak demand by using broadly available FM radio frequencies. Well that time isn’t too far off as was shown on Parliament Hill in Ottawa last week in a demonstration by e-Radio Inc. and its partners, the CBC and the US Public Radio Satellite System.

 

A soon-to-be-released report from the International Monetary Fund says that the best and most-effective way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is by establishing a price on carbon either through a carbon tax or emissions trading systems.

 

Decreased wind turbine prices and increased energy yields are two key factors why wind energy should be considered a major element of British Columbia’s energy mix in the future, according to an analysis from GL Garrad Hassan.

 

Sprott Power Corp. continues to advanced its renewable energy project portfolio with recent investments totaling approximately $5 million.

 

Earlier this month, ENABALA Power Networks was awarded funding under the Ontario government’s smart grid fund. Now the company is saying it has received $1.8 million.