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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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A newly released report into the province's economic outlook shows that two years after one of the most severe downturns, things are looking up. TD Bank's Economic Forecast says that a return to normalcy could happen within the next year or so, but there are quite a few...

source: CTV News

A First Nations community east of High Level, AB, has installed new solar panels as part of Alberta's Indigenous Solar Program. With a $162,168 grant, Little Red River Cree Nation has installed solar panels on their band office...

source: JWN Energy

No strangers to hardware, Edmonton-area builders won half of the 36 categories at the first annual Building Industry Land Development (BILD) Alberta Awards, presented recently at BILD Alberta's Fall Conference in Jasper. Formerly known as the CHBA-Alberta Awards of Excellence...

source: Kingston Whig-Standard

If and when construction begins on the beleaguered Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, one of the biggest winners could be organized labour, thanks to a decision to increase the amount of work being given to unionized...

source: National Post

A major wind energy project in the County of 40 Mile has received the green light for construction for the Alberta Utilities Commission. The Whitla Wind Project, designed and operated by Capital Power, was approved by the commission on Aug. 30, and crews are currently on...

source: CHAT News Today

For some time now, Canadians have been encouraged to retrofit their homes in order to reduce their carbon footprint. In Alberta, homeowners have been incentivized to install solar panels on their homes through solar rebates. In the...

source: Global News


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