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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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The Alberta Electrical Association (AEA), on behalf of The Personal,...

source: AEA

The Alberta Electrical Association is proud to support our industry with over $100,000 of postsecondary...

source: AEA

In 2019, the town of Strathmore may install lights along Westridge Road from Westmount Drive to the WID canal (Cemetery Road). There are currently no lights, or sidewalks along the road that runs beside the cemetery. This issue was originally brought forward by town council...

source: Strathmore Standard

If you're a producer who has recently decided to install a solar photovoltaic (PV) array on your farm or ranch, your timing is right. Under the Alberta Agriculture and Forestry On-Farm Solar Voltaics Program, the provincial government is offering to cover up to 35 per cent...

source: Alberta Farmer Express

Officials with Big Lakes County in northern Alberta recently said that preparations were being made to have a reception centre, if needed, as rising water on the Driftpile River prompted a flood warning. "The Driftpile...

source: Global News

A northern Alberta oilsands project has been approved by the Alberta Energy Regulator over the objections of local Indigenous people who say it will encroach on sacred lands and poses a risk to their drinking water. The 10,000-barrel-per-day...

source: Global News


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