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New ENEX panel: training your energy team - Renewable Energy in Ontario:
how the Green Energy Act is turning the province into a powerhouse.


New Energy Management Energy Excellence Award announced, sponsored by Fluke Canada
Do you have energy management practices that stand out from the crowd? Have you created efficiencies that are saving your company serious dollars? The new Energy Management Energy Excellence Award, sponsored by Fluke Canada, wants to celebrate your success. Enter today! more...

510 renewable projects get go-ahead through Ontario's FIT program
The future will be brighter for many businesses in Ontario as more than 500 new green energy projects, most of them solar power installations, were approved today. more...

BOMA International receives ENERGY STAR kudos
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International the 2010 ENERGY STAR Sustained Excellence Award in recognition of its continued leadership in protecting the environment through energy efficiency. They are just one of several organizations being honored this week. more...

Nexterra receives VANOC Sustainability Award at 2010 Olympics
Nexterra Systems Corp., a leading supplier of advanced, renewable biomass gasification heat and power solutions, has received the 2010 Sustainability Champion Award by the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC). more...

Ballard receives DOE funding for non-automotive fuel cells
Ballard Power Systems announced this week that it has $6.2 million in project funding from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) under contract over four years. more...


Green Energy Act update: progress is being made, but still much to be done
By Robert Colman
Ontario's Green Energy and Green Economy Act, 2009 is set to change the electricity landscape. Many speakers at the recent Renewable Energy in Ontario conference in Toronto also suggest that it is going to give Ontario an innovative edge in clean and green technology development as well. However, the Act also requires many changes in the way industry and regulation work in the province. What was also made clear is that the regulatory changes necessary to make Ontario into this innovative juggernaut are taking time to sort through.

Taking advantage of demand response to cut building operating expenses: how a hybrid chiller system can help
By Joe Zwers
Canada has abundant resources for energy independence; from the Alberta oil patch to the hydro plants in BC and Newfoundland, and the 3,000 MW of wind farms spread across the provinces. Nevertheless, the distribution of that power isn't always handled as efficiently as it could. Demand Response and the development of a smarter grid can help. Tools like a hybrid chiller system can be an integral part of the process.

Quebec unlocks Canada's bioenergy industry
By Crystal Luxmore
Quebec is revolutionizing the relationship between towns and the forests around them in an effort to stop the hemorrhaging of local jobs from the struggling forest industry. The solution is simple: let regional bodies decide who gets to use the wood.


Lind's LE1425LED Worklight
New distributor in Canada.

Three-phase HVAC compressor softstarters
Optimized current reduction for HVAC compressors.

DC Voltage Simple Logger II
Ideal for intermittent voltage problems.


Globe 2010, March 24-26, Vancouver, BC

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