Energy

Solar Power to the People

Kerosene lamps are a fact of life in all too much of the developing world, despite their toxic and polluting nature.

Grass Act

Natural media agency Curb has already appeared in the media numerous times for its glow-in-the-dark b

Canada's McMichael Gallery LEEDs The Way

The McMichael Canadian Art Collection has achieved the Silver rating in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) certification under the Canadian Green Building Council’s system

Any Space Can Be Solar

IKEA Canada Makes Renewable Energy Investment

Final Prices Announced for MicroFIT Solar Energy Projects

Farmers and solar energy businesses are relieved after the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) announced on a August 13 that recent change

Green Jobs Coming to Northern Ontario

On August 26, Ontario Energy Minister, Brad Duguid, spoke about creating green jobs in Northern Ontario while visiting the site of a new hydroelectric project in Kapuskasing.

New Standards to Fill Void in Provincial FIT Program

Canada’s construction electricians will soon have an independent, third-party set of

Public Demand, Corporate Profit Drive Ontario’s Green Economy

With the growth of Ontario’s green economy, businesses, institutions and private citizens are taking measures to minimize demand on the power grid and reap potential profits from the numerous gover

Ingersoll, Ontario, New Site for Green Energy Production

Earlier this summer, the Town of Ingersoll's council voted to move ahead with plans to build a $32.5 million solar ene

Green Economy at Risk with McGuinty Government’s Turnaround on microFIT

The Green Energy Act, passed by the Ontario Government last year, was a well-designed piece of legislation.

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