Canada’s Policy to Phase in Requirements for Electric Vehicles by 2035

The mandate fulfils a 2021 Liberal election promise. It’s the first major set of regulations to come out of [...]

Canadian Government Close to Unveiling Plan to Hit Net-Zero Emissions by 2050

But the legislation isn’t likely to include an enforcement mechanism — and Canada has never met its targets. The [...]

Canada to Boost Support for Riskier Forms of Renewable Energy

Project by Irish-based DP Energy aims to have turbines producing energy into grid by 2020 Millions of dollars in [...]

Alberta, Canada Leads the Pack With Cheap Wind Power; More to Come

When the winning bids for Alberta’s renewable power auction were announced in December, jaws dropped. The winning projects were approved [...]

Canada Produces 66% of its Electricity from Renewables

Country produces 10 per cent of the world’s hydro-electricity Canada produced about 66 per cent of its electricity from [...]

The Alberta Advantage: Solar Rebates Give Homeowners a Boost in Canada

Alberta’s residential solar industry has chugged along for decades without government support. That dry spell finally drew to a close on Monday, [...]

Canada: Ontario Provincial Cap and Trade Plan Goes into Effect

By: Marc Z. Goldgrub, Cleantech Law Partners             On January 1st, 2017, the Canadian province of Ontario’s cap and trade plan went [...]

Alberta, Canada Advances Clean Energy Goals with More Renewables

The Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) said Nov. 3 that a provincial leader in Alberta made a major policy [...]

Green Companies say Alberta’s Target for Renewable Energy Should be Law

Green energy groups have joined an environmental think tank in calling on the Alberta government to legislate firm targets [...]

In Ontario, Canada, FIT projects approved for MH, AH

The province’s Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) has approved a number of feed-in tariff (FIT) projects for Minden Hills [...]