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Canada's green fuel leaders: four companies that will shake up the way we fuel up
By Crystal Luxmore
Canada might hold a fair piece of the world's oil supply, but that isn't stopping its entrepreneurial companies from being world leaders in second-generation bioenergy technologies. Here are four of today's leaders.

Building Connections – ConnectivityWeek
By Ken Sinclair
Build your connections and networks with people who are radically changing the world of Smart Grid, wireless, Web services, energy management, open standards, and more.

Schneider Electric Canada appoints Bill Gwynne head of new business unit
Schneider Electric announced last week the appointment of Bill Gwynne as the National Director of the newly formed Buildings Business in Canada. more...

Hospital recognized as one of Canada's Greenest Employers
Sunnybrook was announced as one of Canada's Greenest Employers for 2010. This is the second year that Sunnybrook has earned this title, partly due to some of its innovative energy-saving retrofit projects. more...

Conservation programs in Ontario to expand
Ontario is establishing conservation targets for all local electricity utilities. The Ontario Energy Board and the Ontario Power Authority will be directed to implement these targets to help utilities design and deliver conservation programs to residential, commercial, institutional and industrial customers. more...

Aboriginal communities get new tools to develop clean power projects
First Nations and Métis in Ontario will soon be able to apply to a new program to support participation in the province's growing renewable energy sector and help build sustainable and stronger economies for their communities. more...

ARISE Technologies tests PV modules, preps for Ontario's FIT rules
ARISE Technologies Corporation, a solar technology leader, announced that it has the initial test results for ARISE PV modules manufactured in Ontario by a third party contract Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) using PV cells from its factory in Germany. more...

SolarDock signs agreement with SunRise Power to penetrate Ontario market
SolarDock LLC, a leading Solar PV consultant, designer and manufacturer of high-tilt-angle racking systems, announced recently that it has signed a license & distribution agreement with Canadian firm SunRise Power Corp., to manufacture, market and distribute SolarDock PV racking to the exploding Ontario market. more...

Future Shop opens first LEED certified store in Alberta
Future Shop, Canada's largest retailer of consumer electronics, announced its first store certified as Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED). The South Edmonton Common Future Shop in Edmonton, AB recently received this designation for a host of leading green features throughout its largest retail centre. more...

SaskPower, Honeywell agree to continue helping businesses save energy
SaskPower and Honeywell have signed a five-year contract to continue their Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) Program in Saskatchewan. more...


Philips Energy Advantage T5 Lamps
Get a 5 watt energy savings versus the standard 54W lamps by changing a bulb. more...

New outdoor backup power solution
Tycon Power Systems new line of Uninterruptable Power Supply Systems. more...

Environmental sensors for building automation
Carlo Gavazzi Automation launches the CGES Series, a new range of sensors designed to measure various indoor environmental parameters. more...


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