Thursday, December 1, 2022

Tag: low-carbon

Hydra Energy breaks ground on world’s largest hydrogen refuelling station

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Yesterday Hydra Energy continued to accelerate the adoption of hydrogen-based transportation by breaking ground on the world’s largest hydrogen refuelling station in Prince George,...

Cleantech innovation portal provides access to commercial opportunities

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Cleantech Commons, a partnership between Trent University and the City of Peterborough, has launched the “Cleantech Innovation Portal” to help Canadian ventures in the...

Lewis Hamilton forms new partnership, Vida Carbon Racing

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Seven-Time Formula 1 World Champion Sir Lewis Hamilton’s Extreme E team, X44 has announced a new title partnership with Vancouver, British Columbia-based Vida Carbon...

Green infrastructure improvements on the horizon for the Inuvik region

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The Government of Canada is providing more than $12.5 million in funding for two green infrastructure projects in the Town of Inuvik and the...

Report indicates which provinces progressing on net zero opportunities

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Canada is at a pivotal economic moment as the global low-carbon transition gains traction. But not all provinces are equally able to take advantage...

Report provides recommendations on how Canada can power the net zero...

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According to a new report, modernizing Canada’s electricity systems can play a central role in ensuring affordable, secure energy in the face of global...

Senate introduces bill to align financial and climate commitments

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Senator Rosa Galvez recently introduced Bill S-243, the Climate-Aligned Finance Act, a piece of legislation to align the activities of federal financial institutions and federally-regulated...

Top 200 publicly traded low carbon companies revealed

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As You Sow and Corporate Knights today released their ninth update of the Carbon Clean200, a list of 200 publicly traded companies that are...

Mandate letters contain more environmental initiatives than ever

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By Colin Isaacs Mandate letters from the Canadian Prime Minister to Ministers provide a useful and rarely used window into the policy and program plans...

Feds launch $200 million fund to support pollution-cutting projects

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The Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Steven Guilbeault, has launched the second round of applications for $200 million through the Low Carbon Economy...