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March 30, 2011  

Obama cosying up to Canadian energy

US President Barack Obama has called for a one-third reduction in American oil imports by 2025, describing Canada as one of his country’s energy partners.

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March 22, 2011  

$60M projects to harness prairie winds

Algonquin Power & Utilities is purchasing the assets of two proposed adjacent 10-megawatt wind energy development projects in Saskatchewan from Kineticor Renewables.

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March 10, 2011  

Plug into the oil sands’ multi-billion dollar supply chain

There’s money to be made from Alberta’s oil sands and not just by energy developers. There are opportunities for Canadian manufacturers to be part of a multi-billion dollar supply chain that is in need of products and services from a range of industries.

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March 1, 2011  

New direction in energy policy needed: CAW

Manufacturing is falling victim to the madness in global energy markets and CAW president Ken Lewenza wants the Harper government to do something about it.

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March 1, 2011  

Eco-friendly cement becomes standard in Ontario, Quebec

Ontario and Quebec recognize Holcim Inc’s. PLC cement in building regulations

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February 17, 2011  

Energy plans fall short of future reality: Shell

Royal Dutch Shell PLC says current plans by companies and governments worldwide to expand the global energy supply will fall short of growth in China and India.

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February 8, 2011  

Xebec technology powers California energy project

Xebec Adsorption Inc.’s biogas technology has launched the first renewable energy project in California to purify biogas from a wastewater treatment facility.

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February 7, 2011  

Canada's forests can sustain domestic biomass industry

FPAC study says Canada primed for bigger piece of forestry bio-product pie

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January 25, 2011  

Canadian corrosion sensors to be sold in Saudi Arabia

Toronto fiber optics company signs deal worth $1.5 million with Saudi holding group

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January 14, 2011  

The price of emissions

Alberta companies that produce more than 100,000 tonnes of emissions must achieve a 12% reduction from 2005 levels. If they don’t, they pay into a that the CCEMC uses to finance GHG mitigation projects.

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January 10, 2011  

Horizon looks at shorter restart after upgrader fire

Canadian Natural Resources says production may be restored to half capacity sooner than its Horizon upgrader site after a fire Jan. 6.

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December 16, 2010  

Canada/US waning relationship needs attention

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce is worried about Canada’s “waning relationship” with the US and is calling on government, business and other stakeholders to do something about it.

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December 2, 2010  

CAW angry over Siemens blade plant location

The Canadian Auto Workers union is not happy with Siemens Canada’s decision to build a new wind turbine blade manufacturing plant in Tillsonburg, Ont. rather than doing the production at the company’s Hamilton plant, destined to close in July.

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November 30, 2010  

ABB buys Baldor Electric in a $4.2B deal

ABB is firming up its position as a global supplier of industrial motors with the $4.2 billion purchase of the Baldor Electric Co.

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November 24, 2010  

BC’s largest wind farm starts generating energy

The Dokie Wind Project, BC’s largest wind farm, has begun generating electricity.

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November 11, 2010  

CEOs call for carbon pricing, energy strategy

Canada’s CEOs are calling on all levels of government to come up with a workable, consistent national energy strategy that includes carbon pricing to address the climate change issue.

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November 4, 2010  

Suncor tallying higher Petro-Canada savings

Suncor Energy Inc. expects cost-savings from its merger with Petro-Canada to dramatically exceed what it predicted when the blockbuster deal closed about 15 months ago.

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October 6, 2010  

EDITORIAL: Dirty energy isn’t going away

There was entertainment at the recent World Energy Congress

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September 27, 2010  

Time to diversify our economic structure

The shift to renewable energy and low-carbon technology will

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September 15, 2010  

Canada blows 754 MW in new wind capacity

TORONTO: OPEL Solar Inc., a manufacturer of photovoltaic solar

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September 14, 2010  

Driving electricity into the grid

The KinerBump inset unit at a bus station. Kinergypower

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September 9, 2010  

Enbridge invests $23.8M in Oregon geothermal project

CALGARY: Enbridge Inc. is entering the geothermal business with

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July 23, 2010  

Canada is a hot spot for renewable energy projects

Ontario’s Green Energy Act includes a Feed-in Tariff program

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May 25, 2010  

W2 Energy Purchases Agri-Green Biodiesel

TORONTO:  W2 Energy has signed a letter of intent

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April 27, 2010  

Day4 acquisition launches turn-key PV capability

ACI-ecotec’s new building in Zimmern, Germany. Photo: ACI BURNABY,

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April 14, 2010  

Plug your compressed air leaks

With all the talk about energy and carbon reduction,

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December 21, 2009  

Enerkem energizes Edmonton’s waste

The folks in a Strathcona County neighbourhood near Edmonton

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November 1, 2008  

Four provinces get top marks for energy efficiency

The Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance (CEEA) received an overwhelming