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Premier-designate Jason Kenney’s party unseated the incumbent Democratic Party in the oil-rich province where wind has achieved record low prices for Canada. In the UCP’s manifesto, Kenney pledged to end “costly” subsidies for […]Read More
The Canadian federal government released its 2019 budget on Tuesday (March 19), highlighting a significant focus on cleantech as the government seeks to accelerate its efforts to meet 2030 climate change targets. […]Read More
Alberta’s NDP government is planning a new auction for renewable energy capacity that is aiming to move it closer to its 2030 target of getting 30 per cent of its […]Read More
The key drivers of Canada’s wind capacity lie in grid decarbonisation, electrification, and corporate procurement, according to the country’s wind energy association (CanWEA). And as the production tax credit (PTC) […]Read More
Six wind energy projects were powered up in 2018 adding 566 MW of installed capacity, a growth continuation 20 per cent per year since 2008. In 2018 Canada further extended […]Read More
Alberta’s electricity sector has been jolted by policy changes over the past four years, from phasing out coal-fired power plants and building a new capacity market to aggressively promoting renewable […]Read More