Canada’s Other Energy Boom – Energy infrastructure on the move.

Electricity transmission development is booming and that’s good for job creation, Canada’s economy, and consumers.
Posted On 12 May 2015
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The rising tide of ocean energy – New ideas for renewable power

Is it time for tides to provide renewable energy and end reliance on the burning of polluting fossil fuels?
Posted On 11 May 2015
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China ramps up the rhetoric on climate change – country’s harvests and infrastructure at risk

China is the world’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases − largely due to its reliance on coal for power generation.
Posted On 31 Mar 2015
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Rooftop gardens could grow three quarters of city’s vegetables

Rooftop gardens in cities could provide more than three quarters of the vegetables consumed in them
Posted On 26 Mar 2015
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Energy-related emissions stalled in 2014 – Is this a sign of change?

IEA data point to emissions decoupling from economic growth for the first time in 40 years
Posted On 13 Mar 2015
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Lower Oil Prices and the Canadian Economy

The decline in crude oil prices may be a blessing in disguise for Canada’s energy intensive manufacturing sector.
Posted On 18 Feb 2015
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How Does the Recent Oil Slump Compare?

There’s no question that the recent slump in oil prices is historical in both its extent and global implications. But how does it compare to other famous oil slumps in history?
Posted On 17 Feb 2015
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Renewable power costs continue to fall

Competiveness of renewable power generation technologies continued to improve in 2014
Posted On 17 Jan 2015
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