The Power of Wind Blog. By Daniel Bryce We are at a crossroads in history. Now is the time to capture the power of wind like never before. Now is the time to start caring about the future of our world, our climate and standards of living, and wean our selves off of fossil fuels.
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…)
The Canadian Wind Energy Association posted its official submission to the Ontario Long Term Energy Plan (LTEP) Review: (more…)
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La Commission sur les enjeux énergétiques se déroulera du 4 septembre au 11 octobre 2013. Cette consultation sera d’une grande importance pour le futur énergétique de la province. (more…)
How Wind Works
By Elizabeth Judd, Canadian Clean Energy Conferences
Finding a way to power the Diavik Diamond Mine in Canada’s northwest territories, an area where the thermometer can plunge to -50 degrees Celsius (more…)
Don Ross, member of the County Sustainability Group (CSG), a gathering of Prince Edward County residents with a common interest and desire to bring sustainability challenges to public attention, was once again this year’s Global Wind Day Ambassador. (more…)
By Don Pettit
MYTH #3: “We can’t possibly power the whole planet on renewables because there’s not enough of it and it’s intermittent and unreliable.” WRONG!
Renewable energy has always seemed kind of magical to me. Stick a wind turbine up in the air or let the sun shine on a solar panel and out comes electricity. That’s pretty cool. (more…)