Mapping the variable nature of wind and the amount of wind energy available throughout any given day in Ontario.
The Hamilton Halton Energy Awareness Team (HHEAT) presents Building Community Power Co-operatively!
Kingspan Solar Inc. will provide an overview of solar thermal hot water heating and their evacuated tube collector Thermomax. This will include how solar thermal works, typical applications, the business case for action and examples of local installations.
The Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA) introduces their WattsNEXT? video contest.
The Kids’ World of Energy Festival brings together over 4000 students, youth, volunteers and families to engage with hands-on learning about renewable energy. Taking place at the Evergreen Brick Works, this festival will feature 3 curriculum-linked days designed specially for grade 5 and 6 classes, and 2 public days open to the community.
The Ontario government has given approval for a California company to construct a massive solar “farm” near Sarnia that will blanket an area larger than all three Toronto islands with hundreds of thousands of sun-soaking panels. Read the full article… Related articles Ontario Struggles with Solar Boom (technologyreview.com) Solar power interest grows in Ontario (cbc.ca)…
That is the conclusion of a major study of the environmental impacts, risks and sustainability of nuclear energy in Canada published today by the Pembina Institute.
The Pembina Institute congratulates the Alberta government for its recent announcement to commit $239 million over the next five years to strengthen and expand the province’s bioenergy sector.