EU to tackle methane gases, boost energy efficiency
Wants to slash greenhouse gas emissions to at least 55% of what they were in 1990 over the next decade.
Ottawa partners with SAIT and industry on energy efficiency
Micro-CHP project will help capture wasted heat for use in other applications.
ENERGY STAR for Industry program to improve industrial energy efficiency
New program will improve industrial sector energy efficiency by helping facilities track, analyze and reduce energy consumption.
Going green at ProMat 2017: hydrogen forklifts and other solutions
The material handling and logistics show’s sustainability centre promoted energy efficiency, reusing materials and saving space.
Edmonton program to help big buildings reduce energy consumption and emissions
Project will help companies take advantage of provincial government incentives to upgrade heating, cooling and lighting.
Details of Canada’s framework agreement on climate change
Agreement intended to ensure Canada meets, or exceeds, the 2030 goal of reducing GHG emissions by 30% below 2005 levels.
Campbell powers up
CHP plant boosts energy savings.
Prepare to be disrupted
Developed economies are taking climate change a lot more…
Managing industrial electricity use more efficiently for savings and sustainability.
Energy efficiency makes good business sense
The message is clear: Ontario will be greener and industry will be participating…
Ontario invests $100 million to boost cleantech innovation
Investment includes $25 million for an energy efficiency program to help small and medium-sized businesses reduce emissions.
The Ontario energy enigma
A Q&A with AMPCO’s Adam White.
Alberta creating agency to develop energy conservation incentives, strategy
Reports suggest an energy efficiency program would generate up to $200 million in provincial revenue for Alberta per year.
IBM wants to use waste heat to cool data centres [VIDEO]
Thermal pump-driven energy recycling program could make the cooling of high-consumption data centres much more efficient.
Dynamic Windows gets $900K federal investment for manufacturing innovation
Company will use investment to produce first made-in-Canada Passivhaus wood window system.
What cap and trade means to manufacturers
Ontario’s carbon crusade will likely mimic programs in California and Quebec.
NS energy efficiency agency cutting funding ask by $8M
Consumer power bills would see minimal increases.
Canada, US, Mexico establish climate change working group
Will focus on low-carbon electricity grids, clean energy technologies and energy efficiency.
Replaces fluorescent and HID lighting
Appleton Group’s Viamaster linear LED luminaire provides up to…
China must transform coal based economy to meet climate targets
Has pledged to halt greenhouse gas emissions growth by 2030 or earlier if possible.
Ontario’s Wynne inks $1B in China investment deals
Agreements focused on science and technology and energy efficiency.
Germany tops global energy efficiency rankings
The country offers SMEs subsidies of up to 30% for improvements to the efficiency of their manufacturing processes.
Smartcool drives energy savings for UK car manufacturer
Project is part of the Birmingham, UK manufacturer’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions by 335 tons annually.
Senate energy bill headed for defeat amid Keystone XL dispute
Among other things, the bill would provide tax incentives for energy-efficient homes and commercial buildings.
Malaysia eases curbs on production of small, energy efficient cars
New auto policy aims to raise total industry production to 1.25 million vehicles and exports to 250,000 vehicles by 2020.
PLANT print issue: Raise your green profile
Upgrading practices saves energy, cuts waste and does a better job of meeting environmental standards.
Obama climate plan targets coal
Will push for renewable energy projects, international agreements.
Imperial Oil sanctions $2B Cold Lake expansion
Imperial Oil Limited has approved a $2 billion expansion of the company’s Cold Lake operation in northeastern Alberta.
GM to eliminate solvents from paint process
Automaker says new flame treatment, used on the Chevy Cruze, eliminates need for primers and other solvents
Green support fading
Companies would be better off offering conventional pricing and picking green issues wisely: consumerology report
What’s next for Canada’s energy sector
Plastics in Canada editor Erika Beauchesne examines the issues from inside one of the largest hydroelectric plants in the world
R&D collaboration designs a lighter automotive front end
Lightweight materials technologies play a crucial role in efforts…