Saturday, January 19, 2019

Tag: renewable

Canadian government supports its first geothermal power facility

The Government of Canada has announced support for a new geothermal power facility near Estevan in Southeastern Saskatchewan. The energy project, led by DEEP...

Ontario repeals the Green Energy Act

The Government of Ontario has followed through on one of its key election promises in announcing the repeal of the Green Energy Act, 2009, "The...

Canada, NWT invest in Inuvik wind project

Federal and territorial officials joined Inuvik mayor Natasha Kulikowski to announce $40 million in funding for the Inuvik Wind Generation project. This is the...

Manitoba to sell renewable energy to Saskatchewan

Manitoba Hydro is in the process of finalizing a deal that would see it sell 215 megawatts of hydroelectricity to SaskPower. “Manitoba is Canada’s greenest...

Alberta releases RFP for solar energy projects

The Government of Alberta is seeking proposals for large-scale solar energy providers to meet more than half of its green power needs. A Request for...

Saskatchewan approves the Blue Hill Wind Energy Project

Saskatchewan Environment Minister Dustin Duncan has approved a large-scale wind energy project in the province, the first of its kind to be approved under...

Enbridge to help Toronto convert household waste to energy

Enbridge and the City of Toronto have announced plans for a joint project to construct the City's first renewable natural gas facility, located at...

B.C.-based company awarded Site C transmission line contract

BC Hydro has awarded the Site C transmission line construction contract to Allteck Line Contractors Inc. B.C.-based Allteck will build two new 500 kilovolt, 75-kilometre...

Milestone reached for New England Clean Energy Connect

Hydro-Québec and Central Maine Power Company (CMP), a subsidiary of AVANGRID, Inc., jointly announced the successful conclusion of contract negotiations with the Massachusetts electric...

Saskatchewan investing in geothermal energy

The Government of Saskatchewan has provided $175,000 to DEEP Earth Energy Production Corporation (DEEP) to establish a geothermal power demonstration plant in southern Saskatchewan. The...
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