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Chief Russell Myers Ross, vice-chair of the Tsilhqot'in National Government, stands in front of the Nation's new solar farm.
Energy, First Nations, British Columbia New solar farm completed by Tŝilhqot’in Nation expected to generate $175,000 in revenue

The 1.25-MW facility, located near Williams Lake, is the largest of its kind in British Columbia

by Julie Matchett
Nerva Energy's Joshua Lewis accepting his International Energy Innovator of the Year award.
Energy, Global International Energy Innovator of the Year awarded to Canada’s Joshua Lewis of Nerva Energy

The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) is the leading international awards organization honouring excellence in engineering management and projects

Below Seated: KHI Managing Executive Officer, Takeshi Ohata; and Corvus Energy CEO, Geir Bjørkeli. Standing left to right: KHI—Tatsuya Onodera, Technical Manager; Tatsuya Ohno, Technical Manager; Takenori Hino, Senior Manager; Corvus— Per Erik Schumann-Olsen, Executive Advisor; Pradeep Datar, VP Sales – Asia; Sean Puchalski, EVP Strategy & Business Planning.
Energy, Global Corvus Energy strikes agreement with Kawasaki Heavy Industries for novel lithium-ion technology

Lithium-ion capacitor (LiC)-based energy storage systems (ESS) to be sold by Corvus to offshore vessels and oil rigs globally

The Maiwald plant, a 750 kWp floating solar array, on a lake.
Energy, Global Ciel & Terre in Germany: a favorable summer for floating solar

Ciel & Terre, specialists in floating solar arrays, unveiled a unique mooring system on a project in Germany

Luke Dolan (far right), owner of Capital Home Energy, and part of his team.
Energy, British Columbia British Columbia communities are unlocking a $3.3 billion energy efficiency opportunity

By requiring higher levels of energy efficiency in new construction, many B.C. towns and communities are spurring growth in the energy sector

Obi Sadden shows a work order to a customer.
Energy, Alberta From Pink Slip to Pink Insulation: Former Oil Patch Workers Find Success in Energy Efficiency

Efficiency Canada is the national voice for an energy efficient economy

Brad Corson
Energy, Global Imperial Oil Ltd. appoints new president; CEO R.M. Kruger announces retirement

B.W. (Brad) Corson will succeed current Chairman and CEO, Rich Kruger, effective January 1, 2020

Rendering of the new Seaspan Ferries LNG-battery hybrid ferries that will integrate 2 MWh energy storage system from Corvus Energy to reduce fuel consumption and emissions.
Energy, Global Seaspan Ferries selects Corvus to supply Energy Storage

Two newbuild LNG-battery hybrid ferries will use 2 MWh energy storage system to reduce fuel consumption and further reduce emissions

Motion-blurred picture of car travelling down road.
Energy, Renewable Energy, Sustainability & environment, Global Sustainable fuels, not just electric cars, are important to reduce transport emissions

Sustainable fuels could play an important role in reducing transport emissions even as electric vehicles become cheaper, says a new study

Sun Flower, a kinetic sculpture, designed by Ricardo Solar Lezama, Viktoriya Kovaleva, and Armando Solar.
Energy, Renewable Energy, Technology, Global Winning designs for Energy Generating Public Artwork announced at the 24th World Energy Congress

LAGI 2019 Abu Dhabi challenged design teams to create large-scale works of public art that also produce clean kilowatt-hours for the Masdar City grid

Geir Bjørkeli, CEO of Corvus Energy, addresses the 450 guests at the opening ceremonies of the new Corvus battery factory in Bergen, Norway.
Energy, Products & equipment, Global Corvus Energy opens a new battery factory in Norway

Norwegian-Canadian designer and manufacturer of energy storage solutions for marine propulsion and electrical systems opens second factory to meet demand

Inside view of Veolia Water Technologies processing plant.
Energy, Global Veolia selected by Toyota Tsusho and Orocobre to supply lithium refining technologies

Thanks to low-cost operations and strong demand from Japanese battery makers, lithium carbonate volumes have been steadily increasing

Control room at IESO.
Energy, Ontario IESO Demonstration Project to Test Ontario’s First Local Electricity Market

A key learning from this pilot will be how local electricity markets can be integrated with the provincial electricity market

Aerial view of Nuclear reactor plant.
Energy, Global World Nuclear Performance Report 2019 launched

Currently over two billion tonnes of CO2 is avoided by nuclear power each year, by helping to reduce our global dependence on coal

Derek Wilson, Chief Engineer and Vice-President of Contract Management of the NWMO, and Dr. Sung-Soo Cha, President and CEO of KORAD.
Energy, Global Canada’s Nuclear Waste Management Organization renews co-operation agreement with South Korea

The Korea Radioactive Waste Agency (KORAD) and Canada's NWMO have renewed their co-operation and knowledge-sharing agreement

Steel fuel container being electroplated with copper in factory.
Energy, Global The NWMO continues to lead with technical innovations

The NWMO worked with an industry partner to develop the innovative electroplating technologies.

Logo of Shell Ventures with picture of Corvus Energy cell.
Energy, Global Shell Ventures invests in Corvus Energy

Corvus Energy announces major investment from Shell Ventures to support the global development of its maritime energy storage solutions.

The Nelson Hydro dam.
Energy, British Columbia BCUC Establishes Process for Inquiry into the Regulation of Municipal Energy Utilities

The BCUC is a regulatory agency responsible for the oversight of energy utilities and compulsory auto insurance in British Columbia

Aerial view of the Resthaven natural gas plant.
Energy, Global CSV Midstream Solutions Corp. acquires Karr 6-18 natural gas facility from Paramount Resources Ltd.

The acquisition was made possible through the strategic investment partnership between CSV Midstream and Northleaf Capital Partners

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