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COPENHAGEN, Denmark—The small nation of Denmark, which occupies a relatively narrow band of land between the North and Baltic seas, continues to lead the world in wind power.Read More
Its oil industry may be in the tank, but Western Canada is taking some of the wind out of Southwestern Ontario’s green energy sails.Read More
It took “unique and inventive thinking” to portage the components of Diavik Diamond Mine’s four 2.3 MW wind turbines to the island job site in the far reaches of the […]Read More
Calgary, Alberta – January 14, 2016 – BluEarth Renewables Inc. (“BluEarth”) announced that the Bull Creek Wind Facility (“Bull Creek”) is now fully operational. Bull Creek is the first of […]Read More
BluEarth Renewables Inc. (“BluEarth”) announced that the Bull Creek Wind Facility (“Bull Creek”) is now fully operational. Bull Creek is the first of BluEarth’s renewable power projects in Alberta to […]Read More
Despite its limitations, the global climate accord reached in Paris over the weekend will hasten Canada’s “managed transition” to a cleaner economy while stoking growth in renewable energy, business and […]Read More
The governments of 195 countries have reached an historic agreement in Paris on the need to transition to a low-carbon economy. Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall has stressed the importance of […]Read More