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Justin Thompson, Liberal candidate for Calgary West, considers himself a prospector, but it isn't gold he is seeking. Thompson is after a natural phenomenon that is virtually invisible, and something that the Liberal government is touting as a means towards achieving environmental sustainability and keeping Canada green.
Liberation reports that for the second time in a little more than a year the cost of a new reactor under construction at Flamanville, France has risen dramatically.
More and more we are seeing evidence at both the federal and state level of strong nonpartisan support for renewable energy. The increasing benefits of renewable energy production are appealing to residents and businesses, as well as local and state governments across the United States as they see both economic and environmental benefits. Particularly at the state level, we are […]
Ontario Liberal Leader Dalton McGuinty has unveiled a sweeping, new plan to clean up the air Canadians breathe, including an increased commitment to Renewable Energy.
Erex Co., a Japanese power supplier, will add more biomass power plants and expand into wind farms as it seeks to reach out to more customers following the opening up of Japan’s power-retail market.
In Canada, the Liberal party, under the leadership of 43-year old Justin Trudeau, swept to victory in the Canadian federal elections.
The New Democratic Party (NDP) has become North America's first national political party to endorse the concept of establishing fixed prices to encourage renewable energy development. Such policies have been instrumental in countries such as Germany and Spain where renewable energy growth has been among the strongest in the world.
Conservatives, let's talk about energy. And why so many conservatives are so wrong -- so liberal, even -- on wind and solar energy.
On October 6, 2011 the Ontario Liberals were re-elected paving the way for a continuation of the Green Energy Act. Shortly after that several announcements were made indicating that banks would be financing Feed-in Tariff (FIT) projects in Ontario.
When the British Columbia Liberal government announced their long-awaited Energy Plan in February of 2007, there seemed to be much for renewable energy proponents in the Canadian province to cheer about since it promised to be a significant improvement on the previous Plan, released in 2002.