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Powering Ontario Forward: Bruce Power’s Annual Review and Energy Report highlight a strong year and bright future

Bruce Power has released its 2021 Annual Review and Energy Report,  as Ontario continues to be world leading in the fight against climate change and innovation leading to job creation, economic recovery and new treatments for cancer. The reports showcase the impact the thousands of people who proudly worked and supported Bruce Power throughout 2021 Powering […]

by ahnationtalk on January 21, 20226 Views

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Province Asking Ontario Power Generation to Investigate New Hydroelectric Opportunities

Ontario Working to Secure Clean, Affordable and Reliable Electricity January 20, 2022 TORONTO – As part of its plan to build out Ontario’s affordable, reliable and sustainable electricity system, the Ontario government has asked Ontario Power Generation (OPG) to examine opportunities for new hydroelectric development in northern Ontario. New hydroelectric generation could address the growing […]

by ahnationtalk on January 20, 20225 Views

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High gas prices, oilpatch labour crunch, pipeline friction: The year ahead in energy – CBC

Jan 11, 2022 Industry expects busier 2022 as policy-makers sharpen focus on ‘net-zero’ plans The last two years have taken energy markets on a wild ride, with oil prices crashing through the basement at the outset of the pandemic and climbing to more than $85 US a barrel last fall. Alberta drillers and service companies have […]

by ahnationtalk on January 11, 202213 Views

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December Newsletter – ICE

December 2021 Happy Holidays from ICE! Today is Winter Solstice. It is a time to reconnect to the natural world as we begin to wind down for the year. 2021 has been a year of great opportunities, challenges and advancements at Indigenous Clean Energy. We took some time to reflect on everything that has happened […]

by pmnationtalk on December 21, 202123 Views

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Government of Canada Announces $1-Million Grand Prize Winner of the Women in Cleantech Challenge

From: Natural Resources Canada November 30, 2021                                           Ottawa, Ontario                                 Natural Resources Canada Women are a powerful force in Canada’s innovation economy but are significantly underrepresented. Empowering women to succeed in Canada’s cleantech sector will help bring the needed diversity of thought to yield real technological answers for some of the biggest […]

by ahnationtalk on December 1, 202121 Views

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What Can We Learn from Indigenous Communities about Microgrids? – Microgrid Knowledge

In Canada, indigenous community members, developers and utilities work together to maximize the potential of microgrids to combat climate change, with indigenous communities often owning a share in the projects. The US government, policymakers and the microgrid industry could model this approach to fight climate change and strike partnerships with indigenous communities, said Chris Henderson, […]

by ahnationtalk on November 25, 202126 Views

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New Report Maps Mining Impacts of the Energy Transition

(November 23, 2021 – Ottawa/Barcelona) On the heels of COP-26, where global leaders agreed to make unprecedented investments in the energy transition, frontline communities already in the crosshairs of mining for critical minerals warn of the dangers posed by the mining boom for ‘green tech.’ Today, with the Canadian government expected to confirm policies to further […]

by ahnationtalk on November 23, 202125 Views

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Canada Invests in a New Global Initiative for Transitioning Remote Communities to Renewable Energy

From: Natural Resources Canada November 5, 2021                                 Glasgow, United Kingdom                              Natural Resources Canada Access to reliable, clean and affordable energy is a global challenge. Many communities throughout the world reside in isolated areas too distant or too difficult to […]

by ahnationtalk on November 5, 202121 Views

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Ontario’s most northern First Nation goes green with their first solar project – CBC

Nov 05, 2021 Solar power to displace thousands of litres of diesel and generate money for the community Nestled on the shores of Hudson Bay, the most northern First Nation in Ontario has taken a big step toward energy independence. Fort Severn powered up its 300-kilowatt solar system earlier this month, a project that will help […]

by ahnationtalk on November 5, 202121 Views

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Indigenous Clean Energy October Newsletter – Indigenous Clean Energy

“I want to live in a clean and healthy environment with my family” Kyla Morrisseau always had a strong and rooted connection with Mother Earth. She remembers being a very environmentally conscientious child. Always trying to keep the land clean and tidy when utilizing outdoor spaces. “I never littered or defaced the natural environment, simply […]

by ahnationtalk on October 29, 202129 Views

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