Bullfrog Power is providing funding for three solar energy projects at remote youth camps in the Haida Gwaii nation. Under the Solar: A Bright Future, the green energy provider has partnered with the Swiilawiid Sustainability Society to deploy solar power at the ReDiscovery Haida Gwaii Program, Swan Bay Rediscovery Camp and Mount Moresby Adventure Camp.
The 60 kW Nelson Community Solar Garden Project, located in Nelson BC, is Canada’s first virtual net metering development. The project, a partnership between Bullfrog Power, the City of Nelson and Nelson Hydro, allows residents in the BC community to participate in solar energy without having to install a project on their roof or land.
Terrestrial Energy, the developer of a Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR) nuclear power plant, has kicked off a feasibility study to site the world’s first commerical IMSR plant at Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL). The study is being conducted by CNL.
A new report from Wood Mackenzie indicates that there is a compelling case for the world’s largest oil and gas companies to invest more heavily in the renewable energy space.
Capital Power Corp.’s electricity generation portfolio grew by nearly 1,000 MW this month. The Edmonton-based firm announced that its 178 MW Bloom Wind project, located in Kansas, began commercial operation on June 1. It also completed the acquisition of other assets.