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Wind energy applications — the promising road forward

Wind energy continues to provide major growth opportunities for plastic composites — the industry will reach $4 billion by the end of 2014. The adoption of larger-scale turbines and the expansion of offshore installations that call for stiffer and lighter blades...

source: By Don Rosato
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Canada Pension Plan Investment Board plans to issue green bonds in Canadian dollars for the first time, joining a growing list of borrowers selling the debt to finance environmentally friendly investments. "The issuance of green bonds is a logical next step to CPPIB's investment-focused...

source: Windsor Star

The included visualization shows the quarterly energy trade data between Canada and the U.S. for various energy sources. The visualization shows electricity imports to Canada and exports from Canada between the years of 1990 and 2017.

source: National Energy Board

B.C.'s energy minister has launched a new review to find efficiencies within B.C. Hydro, as the Crown corporation struggles under a growing debt load, uncertain electricity predictions and the political pressure of a government that wants rates kept as low as possible.

source: Vancouver Sun

Despite numerous warnings, BC Hydro says people aren't giving electricity the respect it deserves. Ted Olenyk with BC Hydro told NanaimoNewsNOW they too often find just sawdust when they go to retrieve a tree which downed a power line.

source: NanaimoNewsNow

The drive to Prince Rupert from Kamloops takes approximately four days in an electric vehicle, but a new planning committee wants to make that trip faster and easier. From Haida Gwaii to Kamloops, five regional districts have invested thousands...

source: Coast Mountain News

It sounds like spinning straw into gold: suck carbon dioxide from the air where it's contributing to climate change and turn it into fuel for cars, trucks and jets. A British Columbia company says in newly published research that it's doing just that — and for less...

source: CBC News


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