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Incoming premier Jason Kenney’s pledge to kill Energy Efficiency Alberta could result in job losses, warn companies that have capitalized on growing consumer interest in retrofits and renewables. The provincial […]Read More
Over the course of a two-day Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) Spring Forum in Banff, Alberta, many of Canada’s wind energy leaders shared a sense of optimism about the growth of wind […]Read More
The Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) is congratulating Premier-Designate Jason Kenney and his United Conservative Party (UCP) team on their majority win in Tuesday’s election in Alberta. CanWEA looks forward […]Read More
Wind energy specialists say they’re hoping to find common ground with the United Conservative Party, despite the promises to step away from Alberta’s current climate change plan. Members of the Canadian […]Read More
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