Great White North’s Clean, Green Future

The Dominion of Canada, also known as the “Great White North” has a population of approximately 37.74 million people. In…

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Canada’s Renewable Energy Black Eye

The Liberal Party governed the province of Ontario for consecutive fifteen years. On June 7, 2018 the Ontario electorate gave…

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US Solar Manufacturing

Silfab Solar has announced that it is evaluating solar manufacturing opportunities in the United States. Silfab Solar, manufacturers monocrystalline photovoltaic…

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Politics of Canada Oil

In 2015, Justin Trudeau campaigned for Prime Minister (PM) of Canada on a platform of “real change” on environmental issues.…

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Saskatchewan Canada Evaluating Geothermal Potential

The Government of Saskatchewan, Canada has contracted DEEP Earth Energy Production Corporation to complete a geothermal pilot project. DEEP Earth…

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Will The World Ever Run Out Of Oil?

No fossil fuel (coal, petroleum or natural gas) is a renewable resource. The world is currently consuming over 96 million…

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Uzbekistan’s First Solar Project

The Republic of Uzbekistan has reached an agreement with SkyPower for the construction of 1,000 MW of solar power projects…

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Washington State Abandons Coal, But Not The Workers

The coal fueled power plant near Centralia, Washington has been the communities’ biggest employer since the 1970s. The 1340 MW…

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Wave Energy – Indonesia

Gapura Energi Utama (GEU), an Indonesian company has ordered mechanical wave energy converter units for a hydrokinetic energy park at…

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