Canadian Green Tech, an online news service, will keep you up to date on developments in Canada’s green technology industry through a combination of news, information, analysis and interviews with key industry and government stakeholders. Can you afford to be without this service? An annual subscription is only $150.
It is not a blog or an online forum, it’s an independent news website, dedicated to providing busy executives, government officials and other key industry stakeholders with timely news and information on the rapidly evolving green technology industry in Canada.
The website, updated daily with a weekly email to subscribers, covers a wide range of topics in the regulatory, policy, technology and business development spheres of renewable energy, clean transportation, green IT, the green labour market, carbon capture and storage and energy conservation technologies.
You can subscribe to Canadian Green Tech in two ways: directly on the website (Click on Login/Subscribe link in top menu bar) using our secure online payment service, or alternatively, you can request an invoice by contacting Perry Hoffman.
Who’s reading Canadian Green Tech?
Federal and Provincial Governments, Green Technology Providers, Universities, Research Institutes, Business Development and Commercialization Organizations, Industry Associations, Green Energy and Technology Companies, Utilities and Public Relations Firms
Canadian Green Tech is headed by Perry Hoffman, a veteran technology, wireless communications, telecommunications and broadcasting writer and editor. He has covered many of the key telecommunications regulatory and policy developments over the past 12 years, including proceedings at the CRTC, consultations at Industry Canada and Parliamentary committee hearings.
Hoffman has covered in great detail a variety of communications issues such as national broadband, wireless number portability, telecommunications deregulation. enhanced wireless 911 and Industry Canada's spectrum management program. He has also written extensively about telecommunications and competition policy review panels, which both recommended significant updates to Canada's telecom and competition laws. More recently, Hoffman covered CRTC hearings that established a new regulatory framework for cable and satellite TV companies and the contentious issue of fees for carriage in the broadcasting sector.
Driven by a desire to fill a void in the coverage of Canada's emerging green technology space, he launched Canadian Green Tech this year. The online news site promises to provide businesses, government and other key stakeholders in the green space with one-stop website for news and infromation on Canada's green sector.
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