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  • S2G Biochem begins commercial production of biochemicals +

    Vancouver-based S2G BioChemicals Inc. is now producing bio-glycols at a commercial scale at a facility in Memphis. Production is being Read More
  • Eguana completes product development for German battery maker +

    Eguana Technologies Inc. has delivered the first power control solution (PCS) units to a German automotive company under a product Read More
  • Bull Creek wind project fully operational +

    BluEarth Renewables Inc. has announced that its Bull Creek Wind Project is now feeding the Alberta electricity grid. The project, Read More
  • CO2 Solutions to present detailed technology performance findings at 2016 Carbon Capture +

    Attendees to next week’s 2016 Carbon Capture: Utilization & Storage (CCUS) conference in Tysons VA will get the comprehensive results Read More
  • EDF EN Canada sells half its stake in the Mont Rothery Wind Project +

    A consortium of companies including Desjardins Group, Desjardins Group Pension Plan, and Manulife Financial Corp. are scooping up a 50% stake Read More
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Canada’s spending on renewable energy has fallen into a bit of a lull, or as Clare Demerse, federal policy advisor at Clean Energy Canada describes it “an intermission.” Investment was down about $2 billion in 2015, but is poised to rebound in the future.

The Lutsel K'e Dene First Nation (LKDFN) is the latest First Nation community to benefit from Bullfrog Power’s funding program. The company provided a grant to the Aboriginal community, located east of Yellowknife on the Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories, so it could build a 35 kW solar installation and reduce its dependence on diesel for electricity generation.

If you thought self driving vehicles was a thing of the future, well you were right. That future, however, is much closer than you think and some automakers are stepping up their efforts to be first to the finish line.

More prepared to pay for infrastructure upgrades, improvements

That more than half of Canadians believe water is the country’s most important natural resource is a great starting point for future conversations on water related infrastructure spending, according to findings in the RBC Canadian Water Attitudes Survey.