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The Green Energy Act, Ontario’s famed package of green energy subsidies that’s helped attract billions of dollars in new, cleantech investments, is emerging as a wedge issue in the provincial election scheduled for the fall. The Province’s Liberal Conservatives, led by Tim Hudak, […]
No cap-and-trade in the Boehner House (and that's one thing he won't cry about!) After a two-week hiatus, G.E.R.’s The Week In Green Energy is back! And in Washington, after four years in the minority, Republicans are also back! Dark days for green […]
A recently-launched Toronto solar-focused fund is set to acquire a $50 million, 10-megawatt portfolio of roof-top solar projects in Ontario.
Pearl Ing, the director of the Renewable Energy Facilitation Office for Ontario?s Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, helped author the province’s famed Green Energy Act. Ing has detailed, inside knowledge of the legislation, which has attracted billions of dollars in new? green investments.? […]
Windsor, Ontario, is fast becoming the capital of large-scale rooftop solar installations. Atlas Tube’s local operation is collaborating with OYA Solar to build a $20 million, 3.5-megawatt photovoltaic solar installation atop its roof, according to The Windsor Star. It will be the largest rooftop […]
By Tyler Hamilton, clean energy columnist at the Toronto Star. Tyler also blogs at www.cleanbreak.ca Following the manufacturing announcements from Siemens and Canadian Solar, I figured I would investigate who else plans to build (or has built) manufacturing facilities in Ontario to take […]
China: The Green Dragon China is the “it” place these days when it comes to everything green. The country is more and more looking like a leader of the global renewable energy sector and less like the emerging contender. The Chinese market has […]