The reNEWS annual reports give a comprehensive analysis of project developments in each market sector. Read More
By Darcy Henton, Calgary Herald – Oct 09, 2015, Page:A4
The biggest barrier to replacing coal-fired power plants with wind and solar energy in Alberta can be overcome with a simple government policy that’s working successfully in dozens of American states, say proponents of renewable energy. Read More
Halifax, NS – Eon WindElectric, a Canadian based wind farm Independent Service Provider, has rebranded its corporate identity, including adopting a new company name: One Wind. This new identity was developed to reflect the company’s focus, growth and expanding presence in the United States. Read More
Shannon Phillips tells conference: ‘Alberta must and will improve our environmental performance’
Enercon Canada Inc. is pleased to announce that it has acquired a majority stake in the 230 MW Niagara
Region Wind Farm (NRWF) located in Township of West Lincoln, Town of Wainfl eet and Haldimand County
in Ontario. Read More
BY NICK EAGLAND, THE PROVINCE,
Experts say it would be a breeze for $10-billion worth of wind-energy projects to inflate B.C.’s economy, but worry the industry will remain in the doldrums with B.C. Hydro and the province focused on the Site C dam. Read More
By Robert Hornung, John Gorman, Jacob Irving and Alison Thompson
Falling oil prices are creating a new reality for Alberta’s long-term economic health. As the province looks for new markets for its oil and gas, it must also accelerate the diversification of its energy economy and demonstrate environmental leadership. Read More
November 10, 2014
Hamburg/Montreal: Senvion SE, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Suzlon Group, the world’s fifth-largest* manufacturer of wind turbines, has signed a contract for the delivery of its 3.2M114 Cold Climate Version type turbines to the 150 Megawatt (MW) Mesgi’g Ugju’s’n (MU) wind farm in Quebec, Canada. Read More
Yes, there’s an energy surplus in Quebec these days. Yes, export markets are weak for producers like Hydro-Québec. And yes, production prices are climbing.
“But you build power generation projects today for tomorrow,” said Jean-François Nolet, vice president of policy and government affairs for the Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA). Read More
I never assume anyone knows where my hometown of Mitchell’s Bay (population: 350) is, unless they like to fish or hunt or boat, or come from deep in southwestern Ontario. Read More
As Alberta’s newly sworn Premier Jim Prentice takes command of a province fuelled almost entirely by oil and gas, a recent survey tells him Albertans want more wind energy and other renewables powering their homes and industries.
Nanos Research was engaged by the Canadian Wind Energy Association to examine the views of Albertans on a wide range of energy issues, including the various forms of electricity generation.
Consultant questions subsidies for residential solar when costs are dropping
Sep 29, 2014 9:12 PM ET Read More
Comox resident David Durrant is a third-generation Vancouver Islander.
Now he’s managing aspects of a pioneering Island project to benefit not only the present but also future generations.
And “generation” is a particularly apt word, for he is in charge of operating and maintaining a series of windturbines at the Island’s first windpark, just inland of Cape Scott.
Since 1998, in 49 separate cases around the world, opponents have used health arguments as the basis of legal appeals intended to stop or block wind farm developments. Read More
Canadian province Alberta broke its wind generation record not once, but twice, last week. Between 11 a.m. and noon on Thursday, July 24, Alberta produced an average of 1,188 MW of wind power. The province then surpassed that on Friday, July 25, peaking at an average of 1,255 MW between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. Before last week, the previous record was set on May 29, with an average of 1,134 MW.
Toronto, ON, July 29, 2014 – On Thursday, July 24th, 2014, EDP Renewables Canada along with Siemens Canada LTD, and a team of educators from the KidWind Project joined together to host more than 150 local summer campers from across the towns of Crysler, Embrun, Russell, Avonmore, Chesterville, and Morrisburg for a day filled with science and engineering based activities centered around the mechanics of wind energy.
Toronto, ON, July 29, 2014 – Aercoustics Engineering Limited has been retained by the major wind power developers in Ontario to test the noise levels of their wind turbines. The Toronto-based company is the only one in Canada recognized to certify noise levels from wind turbines.
At least one wind power executive rejoiced Thursday at the announcement that Quebec is forming a task force on how best to tap the province’s commercial wind potential.
A recent report summary by GlobalData, which ran in June, fails to grasp the nuances of the Canadian wind energy market, according to Tom Levy, director of technical and utility affairs at the Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA), who rebuts several claims made by the research and consulting firm.