Alberta is on track to become a renewables and cleantech leader—but its new premiere’s anti-solar and wind policies could jeopardize it all
Danielle Smith won the leadership on a platform that included challenging Canada's constitution with a provincial "Sovereignty Act."
Is it time for solar sales and installation teams in Canada to be subject to licensing requirements? Is it also time to ensure they are salaried employees?
Is it ethical for salespeople in the residential solar space to be primarily paid on commission, or does it incentivize making the sale ...
Solar stocks jumped Thursday on the news.
Solar stocks stumbled on news that Manchin would not support bill that could expand solar incentives
Manchin still open to a deal, but wants a check on spending amid high inflation.
Impact of recent solar policy changes in Winnipeg—and the outlook for community solar in the province of Manitoba
Our correspondent spoke with Lorena Mitchell, President of Evolve Energy and Chair of Manitoba Sustainable Energy to bring you this story.
I don’t trust Doug Ford and the Conservative Party on electric vehicle policy – and neither should you
Supporting EV manufacturing in Ontario is undoubtedly a good policy choice.
Regulatory changes in Nova Scotia could detour homeowners from investing in solar, future net metering earnings minimized
Electricity Act amended to remove net-metering for some users, and cap on large producers eliminated. Amendments focus on efficiency benefiting businesses developing large-scale ...
“Ontario’s Energy Transition Panel will advise on long-term energy planning and clean energy adoption,” says Minister Todd Smith to pvbuzz
Could this, and other recently announced measures to support solar indicate the PCs are beginning to warm up to the cleantech sector?