Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Tag: energy

EAO issues second administrative penalty to Coastal GasLink Pipeline

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The British Columbia government's Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) has issued a second administrative penalty to Coastal GasLink Pipeline Ltd. (CGL) for non-compliance with conditions...

Hydro-Québec export project with NYC receives green light

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Regulators have given the green light to the $4.5 billion transmission line project that will deliver Canadian hydropower to New York City — a...

What’s the true cost of electric versus gas vehicles?

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With the new reality of record high gas prices combined with the increasing awareness about the impacts of climate change, more Canadians are considering...

Report on decarbonization commitments and strategies to attain net zero

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A new white paper from global professional services company GHD North America points out that most of the world’s energy and industrial organizations used...

WSP appoints new strategic advisory and innovation leader

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As Vice President, Strategic Advisory and Innovation, Philippe Morais will serve as the WSP in Canada leader to help clients address their priorities in...

Dodging the Peak: Smart grid to cut carbon and incorporate renewables

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By Zack Metcalfe Picture Saint John in the throes of autumn. Temperatures are cool but predictable, the city’s electrical grid smoothly supplies its 36,000 customers,...

Report on policy, innovation to underpin energy transition

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Canada has embarked on an ambitious transformation of its energy system, and clear policy signals will be important to expand energy sector investments in...

Yukon’s first Clean Future report released

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A report on Yukon’s progress towards implementing the climate change, energy, and green economy commitments found in the Our Clean Future strategy is now...

New National Energy and Emissions Database Launched

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The Ministry of Natural Resources is supporting the development of the Municipal Energy and Emission Database (MEED), an integrated geospatial platform that tracks greenhouse gas...

Small Modular Reactors Study Released and MOU Expanded

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The premiers of New Brunswick, Ontario, Saskatchewan, and Alberta joined virtually recently to release a study by provincial power utilities to formally welcome Alberta...
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