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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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Feature Articles: • Essential Guide To Safety Of Stationary Grid-Connected Energy Storage Systems • Today's Cities — Getting To Smart • Distributed Generation Using Natural Gas-Fueled Generator Sets

source: Electrical Line Magazine

Ottawa has announced it will contribute $1 billion to support light rail transit (LRT) projects in Edmonton. The funds, made available through the Canada Infrastructure Plan, will help building two new LRT extensions — $948 million for the Valley Line West...

source: Journal of Commerce

In fall 2019, one very visible new example of the University of Calgary's energy innovation efforts will be easy to spot on campus: Watch for a big, movable container topped with solar panels and filled with batteries for energy...

source: University of Calgary

After catching the eco-friendly eye of Fortis Alberta, two Strathcona County school projects will come to fruition with some help of grant injections. With $1,000 a piece in funding, Jean Vanier Catholic School in Sherwood Park and Holy Redeemer School in Ardrossan...

source: Sherwood Park News

Hanna will be going green after Emissions Reduction Alberta granted $10 million in funding to the Town of Hanna, Special Areas Board, ATCO Ltd. and Greengate Power for a proposed Hanna Solar Project, HSP. The project, which will be a private/public joint venture, will...

source: Hanna Herald

As the world shifts to the use of more electric vehicles and power grids dominated by renewables, fossil fuel-based economies like Alberta's face challenges and community leaders across the province are asking how they can respond...

source: JWN Energy


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