Adrienne Baker, Canadian Clean Energy Conferences's Articles

- July 29, 2011

Moving Ahead: Nova Scotia's Feed-in Tariff Update

Community groups can now put the final touches on their applications to participate in Nova Scotia's new Community Feed-in Tariff to support small-scale locally owned renewable energy...

- June 13, 2011

Nova Scotia Enacts Huge Opportunities for Wind

The Canadian province of Nova Scotia is aiming to be a leader in renewable energy by committing to generate 25% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2015 from a current level...

- January 25, 2011

Fits and Starts: Ontario's Green Energy Growth

A year and a bit into its ambitious feed-in tariff program, Ontario's renewable energy industries are growing steadily but political uncertainty and grid expansion plans remain top...

- August 10, 2010

Ontario's Growing Pains: Will the Wind and Solar Industries Scale-up in Time?

With the Green Energy and Economy Act (GEEA) last May, the Ontario government launched the most ambitious feed-in tariff (FIT) program for renewable energy development in North America....

Adrienne Baker, Canadian Clean Energy Conferences

Adrienne Baker, Canadian Clean Energy Conferences

Adrienne is a director at Canadian Clean Energy Conferences. With degrees from McGill and Concordia, Adrienne Baker spent seven years in financial journalism reporting for and editing several publications including Investor Relations Magazine,...

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