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Ontario announces 184 large-scale renewable energy projects
More Ontario homes and businesses will soon be powered by green energy with the awarding of contract offers for almost 2,500 megawatts of renewable energy announced by Ontario's Minister of Energy and Infrastructure, Brad Duguid on April 8th. These projects, approved under the province's landmark Feed-in Tariff (FIT), are part of the largest green energy investment of its kind in Canadian history. more...

Happy Birthday: The modern CFL light bulb turns 25
Osram Sylvania is marking the 25th birthday of the modern compact fluorescent (CFL) light bulb. Born on April 17, 1985 in Hannover, Germany, the CFL arrived a full eight inches tall, consuming 20 watts of energy. more...

Banks hanging shingles to get new renewables business
TD announced earlier this week that its lending businesses are financing renewable energy projects approved by the Ontario Power Authority's (OPA) microFIT program, which encourages the development of small-scale renewable energy (10 kilowatts or less). more...

Tom Rand, Practice Lead at MaRS, becomes special advisor to Canasia Solar
Canasia Solar Corp., Rand as Special Advisor to its Board. Rand is a successful entrepreneur, author of "Kick the Fossil Fuel Habit: 10 Clean Technologies to Save the World", and Practice Lead of Clean-tech and Physical Sciences at MaRS. more...

Nova Scotia Power and NewPage propose renewable co-generation project
Nova Scotia Power Inc. and NewPage Port Hawkesbury Corp. recently announced agreements to develop a new 60 MW biomass co-generation facility — a bid to make the mill the most environmentally sustainable in the industry. more...

Canadian natural gas entering a new reality — expect production to decline
It's a new reality for Canadian natural gas with new plays, new technology, and shifts in gas type creating both challenges and opportunities for those working in the sector, says a recent report from the National Energy Board. more...

Canadian Electricity Association calls for enhanced Canada-U.S. electricity relationship
The Canadian Electricity Association (CEA) earlier ths week released its North American policy paper in Washington DC, entitled "The Integrated Electricity System: Sustainable Electricity as the Foundation for Economic Recovery in North America." The paper presents the Canadian industry's views on opportunities for enhancing the Canada-US electricity relationship to help move toward a more sustainable energy economy in North America. more...

Partners in Project Green impacting energy use and more in Pearson Eco-Business Zone
After only a year, Canada's largest employment area consisting of 12,500 businesses is getting greener because of a sustainability initiative called Partners in Project Green (PPG): A Pearson Eco-Business Zone. In 2009 alone 2,525 local companies implemented energy reduction programs to save a combined 5.4 megawatts of electricity and 3,626,455 m3 of natural gas in the Pearson Eco-Business Zone. more...


Ledtronics CLL2X2-400-TPW-001W recessed ceiling luminaire
LED replacements for recessed T-bar fluorescent ceiling luminaires more...

Sunovia partners to provide solar-powered LED luminaires
LED light fixture developer and manufacturer Sunovia Energy Technologies Inc. has partnered with Solar Electric Power Co. more...

GE Twist LED upgrade module
Gives lighting designers and end–users the ability to upgrade LED lighting as technology advances. more...


Advantage Through Excellence Conference and Trade Show, May 10-12, Hamilton Convention Centre, Hamilton, ON

ENEX: Energy efficiency benefits for the bottom line, May 11-12, Hamilton, Ontario

CAGC Annual Summit, June 8-10, Vancouver, B.C.

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