News Energy General
October 6, 2020  

Carbon capture project would be largest in world: officials

Energy secretary calls it a game changer for fossil-fuel generation in the US and around the world.

News Energy General
September 28, 2020  

COVID-related delays increase costs of Nalcor’s Muskrat Falls project

Energy company has to pay roughly $300 million in additional debt-financing costs.

News Energy General
May 11, 2020  

BC Hydro makes plans as power demand plummets due to pandemic

Demand estimated to be down nearly 10%, more than double the decline following the 2008 recession.

News Energy General Technology
April 29, 2020  

Uptake of drones in the power and utilities sector: report

Digital transformation, remote monitoring and optimizing operational costs to drive drone revenues to US$515 million by 2030.

News Energy General
April 2, 2020  

Key power system staff may need to stay at work sites: IESO

If necessary, bed, food and other on-site arrangements have been made to allow the operators to stay at their workplaces.

News Manufacturing General Sustainability Technology
January 14, 2020  

Ballard signs ESAs for fuel cell stacks to support German radio towers

Stacks will go to adKor GmbH and SFC Energy AG to be integrated into Jupiter backup power systems.

News Energy Government Manufacturing General
January 13, 2020  

Erroneous nuclear alert issued during training exercise: Ont. government

Investigation will examine the sequence of events that led to the alert being sent out and contingency measures that should be in place.

News Energy Manufacturing General
November 4, 2019  

Hydro Quebec needs more time following fierce autumn storm

Repair work was proving complicated in more remote areas not accessible by traditional equipment.

Feature Manufacturing Facilities Maintenance General Machinery and Equipment Maintenance
April 18, 2019  

Total power failures: Avoid them with a ‘living’ liability plan

Create a living program that’s monitored regularly.

News Energy Manufacturing General
April 11, 2019  

Keeping Canada’s power on will require 20,000 new workers by 2022

Demand for new workers is complicated by the fact many of the jobs require substantial training.

News Aerospace Energy Manufacturing General
November 19, 2018  

GE’s sprawling power, aviation, health care arms add risk

The sprawling company’s broad reach has left it vulnerable to market shifts in many industries.

News Energy Oil & Gas General
October 30, 2018  

GE slashes dividend, takes US$22B charge in 3Q [UPDATED]

The multinational will split its power business into two divisions, one focused on gas and the other on steam, nuclear and other power solutions.

News Energy Manufacturing General Sustainability Technology
October 29, 2018  

General Fusion gets $43M for fusion energy demo plant

BC clean tech innovator powering fusion-based emission-free electricity.

News Energy Manufacturing Pulp & Paper General
March 15, 2018  

Power utilities forced to adapt as climate change brings wilder weather

Significant weather events have consistently increased over the last five years, according to the CEA.

News Government Manufacturing General Sustainability
February 16, 2018  

Deadline looming to find buyer for former Nova Scotia wind tower plant

Future steps include finding buyers for the equipment, or liquidating the plant’s assets.