EDF EN Canada has several wind projects currently advancing through development in Alberta, but is also exploring combinations of solar and wind.by Jillian Clark
Advancements in technology used in mining and exploration are allowing companies to improve the bottom line and even revisit mine sites and properties that had previously been deemed unprofitable. And in order to move towards operating with a smaller environmental footprint, many companies are using innovation to help them achieve their goals.
Recent Technology articles
Ottawa trying to create a Silicon Valley Northby Gerry Warner
The Energy and Mines World Congress will be held November 27-28th in Toronto, ON.
Foresight and ARCTIC foster clean tech startups and real solutions to mining and energy sustainability problems.by Jillian Clark
Auracle Remote Sensing CEO David McLelland pioneered the remote sensing and geospatial technology that benefits the mining and energy industries.by Jillian Clark
Executive chair Stephen Leahy explains Auracle Remote Sensing’s underground mapping technology and its applications in the resource industries.by Jillian Clark
Drone Delivery Canada has become the first and only company of its kind in Canada to successfully achieve Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) test flights.
Canadian Carbonization Research Association (CCRA) and Geoscience BC will begin a joint research project to test the accuracy and potential of the Roben Jig.by Jillian Clark
Geoscience BC is an independent, non-profit organization that generates earth science information in collaboration with various provincial sectors.
Airships are viable option for future Quest mines, as well as other similar mines across Canada.by Jillian Clark
Biochemical sampling is being used in Yukon by Darnley Bay Resources in its search for metals.by Galadriel Watson
The project will be rolled out across the Kazzinc operations which includes 4 underground mines, 2 open pit mines, a concentrator plant as well as their office.