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After months of negotiations, the U.S. Senate passed new legislation focused on reducing carbon emissions and steering consumers toward green energy. The $430 billion bill represents the country’s largest...

source: Globe and Mail

Growing demand, coupled with the retirement of Pickering Nuclear Generation Station and other nuclear plant refurbishment outages, will require 4,000 megawatts and 6,000 megawatts of additional capacity by 2030, with a capacity need starting in 2025.

source: The Lawyer's Daily

Oakville Enterprises Corporation (OEC), and therefore the Town of Oakville, is entering into a strategic partnership with the energy infrastructure company Enbridge Inc.

source: Inside Halton

As the burning of fossil fuels presents us with yet another summer of catastrophic impacts, the pressure is growing for pension funds to either phase out their oil, gas, coal, and pipeline assets or explain how they’re aligned...

source: The Energy Mix

A solar-powered rooftop system is proposed for a publicly owned apartment building in Ingersoll, one of more than 20 projects Oxford County officials hope will help reach their target of using 100 per cent renewable energy by 2050.

source: Brantford Expositor

Ontario’s throne speech reiterated the Doug Ford government’s commitment to continue building key infrastructure, hospitals, housing, transit and highways while recognizing the skilled trades shortages and looming economic challenges that lie ahead.

source: Daily Commercial News by ConstructConnect


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