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Capital and fed policy needed for clean energy growth
Canada’s clean technology sector is a major driver of job growth and innovation, and could be worth $60 billion by 2020 barring current federal policy and financing barriers, says a new report by the Pembina Institute.
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Final agenda set for pellet heat conference
The final agenda and slate of speakers have been set for next week's Canadian Wood Pellet Heating Conference, and includes appliances, sustainability, case studies, markets and more.
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OPG considering biomass for Thunder Bay plant
Ontario Power Generation says it's taking a closer look at whether the Mission Island Generating Station could be converted to burn biomass.
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B.C. to examine pricing for carbon offsets
The B.C. government will examine the pricing model for Pacific Carbon Trust (PCT) and, if needed, make whatever changes are necessary to ensure B.C.'s public sector organizations, including schools and hospitals, continue to receive the best value, Environment Minister Terry Lake announced.
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Using beets to find altenatives to petrochemicals
The federal government announced an investment that will help demonstrate the viability of using beets in the production of sustainable alternatives to petrochemicals.
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