Today, I have the pleasure of unveiling the winners of the Canadian Wind Energy Association’s (CanWEA) 2016 Power of Wind bursary contest!
Just a little over a year ago, I wrote a similar blog announcing the winners of last year’s bursary contest and talked about how inspiring it was to see the creative ways young people find to share their vision of a cleaner energy future for Canada.
This year, I’m especially excited because I think we’ve found a way to spread that inspiration further and wider than we ever have before.
Read more >>
By Timothy Edge
As a kid I always dreamed of making a car that would not run on gas, but rather on propellers that would spin and propel the car forward. Of course the resulting speed that would come from such primitive means would not be nearly enough to even compete with the cars on today’s market, but I was not as far off the mark as I thought. (more…)
We recently held a Student Challenge asking post-secondary students to submit 200-300 word blogs describing their interest in wind energy and its importance, and outlining how attendance at the Canadian Wind Energy Association’s (CanWEA) Western Forum 2015 event would benefit them, their community or their campus. (more…)