This past week, more than 7 thousand people in communities across British Columbia attended protests against pipelines projects that would make it possible to ship crude oil from Alberta to Asia.
A recent survey conducted by Insightrix Research, Inc. has found that only 2% of Canadians believe climate change is not taking place.
Enbridge, the increasingly embattled Canadian energy company, has purchased First Solar's 50-megawatt Silver State North photovoltaic project in Nevada.
On the face of it, Americans seem to love trash. Canadians, not so much, as the story of Plasco Energy Group highlights. The company is capitalizing on that apparently national desire to put trash in its place; in Canada’s case, diverting its municipal solid waste, or MSW, to waste-to-energy streams.
A new 322-page study, Geothermal Energy Resource Potential of Canada, characterizes Canada’s (in-place) geothermal potential as exceeding, by one million times, the country’s current electrical consumption.