Environment Journal’s Products + Services Showcase features the latest environmental products and services available to the Canadian market and beyond!
Qube Technologies provides an end–to-end continuous monitoring solution for oil and gas producers that detects, localizes, and quantifies methane emissions.
The Qube platform consists of three parts:
(i) an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) device;
(ii) a cloud-based analytics platform; and,
(iii) a web-based user dashboard.
The IIoT devices are deployed in the field and provide time-synchronized emissions and environmental data to the cloud. The cloud-based data and analytics platform has three components: the data collected from IIoT devices; the cloud-based infrastructure used to store and analyze the data; and, the algorithms that use data stored on the infrastructure to train AI/ML models that can infer emission location, flow rate, and classification.
Qube’s dashboard visualizes company wide emissions data that includes uninterrupted streams across all sites, and the ability to roll up emissions by equipment or site to see emissions trends over time. The data provided enables operators to cost-effectively manage emissions across geographically distributed assets with ease. For further information, click here.
The RanMarine WasteShark is an innovative aqua-drone designed to combat water pollution in harbours, marinas, smart cities and other water bodies. Created and sold globally by the Dutch company RanMarine Technology, this aquatic robot resembles a whale shark and operates by “swimming” through the water’s surface collecting floating waste, debris or biomass.
The WasteShark’s design features a front opening that funnels waste into its removable storage basket, capable of holding up to 180 litres of trash. The drone can navigate waterways with precision, either guided by remote control or via autonomous programming. Its low environmental impact, powered by rechargeable batteries, contributes to its sustainability.
Equipped with additional sensors and cameras, WasteShark’s are capable of monitoring water quality like PH or Oxygen levels, detect hydrocarbons, and gather data on pollution levels for reporting via the RanMarine Connect portal. This information aids in proactive environmental management and pollution prevention strategies.
The WasteShark’s unique design and agile functionality make it an intelligent and versatile solution for addressing water pollution and protecting aquatic ecosystems. By efficiently collecting surface debris, detecting pollutants, and contributing to data-driven environmental efforts, it plays a vital role in the ongoing battle against waterborne waste.
For further information, click here.
Canada and the world are facing the largest challenge we’ve ever confronted in the climate crisis. Canadian cleantech is a fast-paced, ever-changing landscape featuring a cast of amazing innovators who are dedicated to moving Canada toward net zero, and trying to mitigate the damage done by climate change.
Hosted by Foresight Canada CEO Jeanette Jackson, The Cleantech Forward Podcast shines a spotlight on the big thinkers who are leading climate solutions in Canada, and moving us toward net zero. Tune in to hear high impact conversations featuring Canada’s most exciting cleantech startups, passionate climate advocates, industry success stories, and investor insights.
Stay on top of all of the exciting challenges facing the Canadian cleantech ecosystem, and learn more about the individuals who are working to overcome them and advance Canada’s green transition.
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Loop Energy’s next-generation fuel cell, the S1200 (120 kW), reaches new levels of performance, with up to 60% net system efficiency in cruise mode. Powered by our patented eFlow technology, we have improved the S1200’s fuel efficiency over our existing products by a further 20%.
High fuel costs have often been the main challenge fleet operators face when adopting hydrogen-electric vehicles. While advancements in technology have closed the gap on how hydrogen fuel cells compare to diesel engines in terms of range, durability and operational uptime, fuel supply and prices have remained an obstacle.
But over the last few years, an increase in demand for clean and accessible energy has seen growth in infrastructure and supply of hydrogen. But the deployment of infrastructure is only half of the equation. The other half is the superior efficiency that hydrogen fuel cells offer fleet operators. This efficiency is the catalyst for lowering fuel consumption and ultimately driving down the Total Cost of Ownership of hydrogen-electric vehicles.
Following the launch of Loop Energy’s S1200 fuel cell engine, fuel cost parity with diesel is now a reality for European fleet operators. The announcement marks a milestone for Loop Energy and the global hydrogen and transport industries. The S1200’s ability to operate up to 60% efficiency in cruise mode makes it possible to bring the future forward.
Contact Loop Energy today to start your transition to a zero-emission fleet!
The 25th edition of the Canadian Environmental Resource Guide is the most complete national listing of major environmental companies, federal and provincial agencies, municipal governments, associations, and law firms, plus over 200 pages of industry statistics and conferences. Your print purchase includes free online access to thousands of current resources and references. Don’t delay; contact Grey House Publishing today.
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Looking to learn about environmental employment opportunities? The Environmental Career Organization of Canada (ECO Canada) ECO IMPACT event supports and celebrates Canada’s Environmental Professionals in a couple of ways.
The Learning Series conference offers professional development opportunities and insights into trending topics such as cleantech innovation, workforce solutions, infrastructure solutions and more.
The ECO IMPACT Awards highlights the work of our certified community. These Environmental Professionals (EPts, EPs®, EP® Auditors, Top Employers and Community) demonstrate leadership, commitment and innovation in the continuous advancements of the environmental sector.
To register or for further information, click here.
Searching for smart building solutions? The sustainability benefits of smart homes are well publicized and those of us who have digital power outlets, smart thermostats and automatic lights know firsthand about the energy and cost savings. However, much less discussed is the broader adoption of smart building technology by companies and industries. With buildings generating nearly 30 per cent of all greenhouse gas emissions, it would be impossible to ignore how quickly our path to net zero would expedite if entire sectors adopted them.
That may seem daunting for companies with well-established infrastructure, however smart, streamlined digital solutions do exist. Not only do these solutions exist, but they can make companies more competitive, efficient, and consequently more attractive for other companies to do business with.
With its diversity of products, solutions and advanced technologies, ABB Canada is taking a leap forward in smart home, smart building and intelligent communities by:
- Providing real time information
- Reducing carbon footprint
- Helping to make better data-driven decisions
- Curbing energy costs with intelligent control systems
- Increasing safety, security and comfort to foster a better quality of life
Smarter buildings. Smarter business. Smarter future.
For further information on ABB Canada’s smart solutions, click here.
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