How investments and innovation in hydrogen production is shaping a sustainable future in Canada—amidst global competition
Leveraging a robust research ecosystem and strategic investments, Canada is poised to lead the global transition to a hydrogen-powered, decarbonized economy.
Canada-based auto parts manufacturer, Magna is investing $790 million to build 3 U.S. plants, bolstering Ford’s electric vehicle production
Canadian auto parts maker, Magna International, is investing $790 million in three new U.S. manufacturing facilities to support Ford's electric vehicle production. This ...
Canadian Federal Government earmarks $160 Million for solar projects in Alberta—officials say emission reductions will equal eliminating 61K gas-powered vehicles each year
The Canadian federal government is allocating $160 million for solar power projects in Alberta to foster clean energy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and ...
Investors are increasingly putting their money in energy transition stocks—according to the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) Venture 50 list
Who came out on top of the TSX Venture 50 list?
Canadian feds inject $10M in solar-led initiatives in Saskatchewan to boost First Nation community job growth
The announcement has been lauded by Indigenous leaders and community stakeholders.
How domestic currency lending can accelerate the transition to renewable energy for developing countries
Domestic financial institutions are best placed to mitigate risk, given their established local networks and multi-sector know-how.
New York State Pension Fund, third-largest in the U.S — pledges to divest investments to net-zero by 2040
By dropping fossil fuel stocks, makes it the first U.S. pension fund to set the goal by that date.
U.S corporate solar investments surpass 8,300 megawatts, Apple retains top position two years in a row
Apple and Amazon remain in first and second place when it comes to the top corporate solar users.
The microgrid project will occupy an area of 100 acres (40.5 hectares) in the community of Slemon Park.
China hasn’t been paying its full subsidy bill for several years now, and the mountain of debt keeps growing higher.
The U.S invested 28% more in 2019 than the previous year, China's investment levels fell to the lowest since 2013, more money went ...
“The crisis has brought lower emissions but for all the wrong reasons,” Fatih Birol, executive director at the IEA, said in a statement.