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A recent survey conducted by Insightrix Research, Inc. has found that only 2% of Canadians believe climate change is not taking place.
Canada's wind industry has had a record year. According to the latest data from the Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA), 1,400 megawatts of wind capacity was installed in 2011, more than doubling 2010's output.
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.
If you've driven through Southern Ontario at all in the past few years, you're bound to have see them. The lazy turns of wind turbines contributing to provincial energy demands are a common sight, and according to a new report they're set to make a landmark contribution to the economy.
With over 1-gigawatt of solar projects in development, Skypower Limited is Canada's largest owner and developer of utility-scale solar projects.