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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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Reach more than 6,000 electrical industry professionals with the AEA and the PowerUP Network. Your conduit...

source: AEA

Alberta politicians talked around the clock into the evening Thursday in a marathon 24-hour debate over a bill that would cut the minimum wage for young people and change rules on calculating overtime pay. The Legislature passed...

source: The Canadian Press via GlobalNews

It can be hard to imagine household food waste producing anything more than a putrid odour. But it's also a potential energy source. In Canadian municipalities with green bin programs, household organics are collected at the curb and...

source: CBC News

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says his government will open a “war room” within months that will seek help from like-minded social-media personalities with the mission of confronting environmentalists and silencing foes of the oil sands. Staff in the office, funded...

source: The Globe and Mail

Alberta’s construction industry is embarking on a quest to better understand innovation trends in construction and prepare its workforce accordingly. The Alberta Construction Association and its partners in government and industry have started a consultative process...

source: Daily Commercial News

The official repeal of carbon tax as of May 30 eliminates the original funding source for Alberta energy efficiency programs. However, by the new provincial government’s own election campaign calculations, there should still be about $630 million in the pot for...

source: REMI Network

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