Watt’s Happening: Watt Happened in 2014? Lots!
By Don Pettit
The world is moving to renewable energy more quickly than anyone thought likely, for a variety of good reasons, from climate change to health care. Today humanity spends over $6 trillion per year to burn fossil fuels, while the transition to 100 percent renewables will cost about $1 trillion per year. Which is the better deal? (more…)
(3rd) Climb The Turbine is taking place October 4 – 7, 2014.
Here is your opportunity to climb the wind turbine in Toronto.
The Fresh Dirt on W. Canada’s Wind Energy Fortunes
Blog originally posted April 2014 on Terra1 Renewables by Randolph Seibold.
The reality is hard to paint in warm colours; If the governments of Alberta and BC don’t get serious about drafting policies that offer security for new renewable energy, specifically wind power construction, this industry in the short and medium term may fade away here. (more…)
Happy Earth Day! Global Warming Speech by Morgan
Morgan is 10 years old and chose to do this year’s school speech on Global Warming. Morgan has been asked to present his speech at his school’s assembly today, for Earth Day.
Happy Earth Day Morgan and thank you for letting us celebrate this important day with your wonderful speech! (more…)
Energy leaders debate Ontario’s future electricity mix!
Renewable Energy Advocacy & Review of Ontario’s Long Term Energy Plan
Wind energy can make an important contribution to Ontario’s future electricity needs. Ontario is working to develop a new (more…)
Future of Wind Energy in BC
Wednesday, 10 April 2013 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (PDT)
Bill Reid Gallery, 639 Hornby Street
Join us on Wednesday, April 10th, 2013 at the Bill Reid Gallery, 639 Hornby Street in Vancouver, for a discussion about the future of wind energy in British Columbia. Hosted by BC Sustainable Energy Association (BCSEA) Vancouver Chapter and Canadian Wind Energy Association (more…)
Concours blogue La puissance du vent : Gagnante du premier prix
5 décembre 2056. Assise dans mon salon, je me détends en un après-midi nuageux, une tasse de thé entre les mains. Mon regard croise un geai bleu de l’autre côté de ma fenêtre. La chaleur est palpable, malléable même.