ATCO announces its new off-grid solar project, located at the Saddle Hills Telecommunication Site northwest of Grande Prairie, Alberta.
The Seton Urban District in south Calgary promises to be one of the most comprehensive mixed-use developments in North America.
Alberta’s solar potential is measured as high as any other community its size anywhere else in the world.
The survey conducted by Oraclepoll Research found that 83 percent of Ontarians believe it is important to have more renewable, green energy in Ontario.
Evergreen Brick Works hosts a Consumer’s Guide to Buying a Solar Energy System make the most of renewable energy opportunities.
Germany gets about 20 per cent of its overall annual electricity from renewable sources, including solar, wind, water, and thermal, and aims to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 40 per cent from 1990 levels by 2020.
Last year, Ontario installed 168 megawatts of solar photovoltaic capacity, surpassing New Jersey as the second leading North American jurisdiction for new solar projects during 2010.
With over 80 percent of Canadians now living in cities, it’s time to explore how urban residents can be part of a smooth transition to renewable energy.
New York state has been luring Ontario’s green technology companies south of the border with hefty incentives, and at least three Ontario electric vehicle makers say the offers are too tempting to ignore. Read the article from the CBC.