Tag: Climate

Why Electrification Matters Now

Why Electrification Matters Now

I know electricity seems mundane to most Canadians. We’re lucky enough to have reliable and predictable power, so as long as your phone is charged and your toaster works, there’s usually no need...

Premier Christy Clark, we have a carbon pollution problem

Premier Christy Clark, we have a carbon pollution problem

VANCOUVER / COAST SALISH TERRITORY — With the province’s new climate plan expected to land any day now, a coalition of British Columbia power producers, industry associations and environmental...

By acting now, Alberta can forge its own energy future

By acting now, Alberta can forge its own energy future

When dairy farmer John Bocock decided to install solar panels on his family’s farm northwest of Edmonton instead of leasing a bigger transformer, his reasons were practical. First, it was a smart...

Ontario Continues to Lead in Renewable Energy

Ontario Continues to Lead in Renewable Energy

TORONTO—Ontario Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli announced today the province will add 930 MW of renewable energy—enough to power approximately 250,000 average Canadian homes—from solar...

Ontario Launches Cap-and-Trade System

Ontario Launches Cap-and-Trade System

February 26, 2016 TORONTO — The Ontario Government released its 2016 Budget today, along with a regulation to implement a cap-and-trade system on greenhouse gas emissions. The system will operate...