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John Paul Morgan shines a green penlight on a prototype that he created, a solar optic that converts light into electricity. As he does, the beam strikes the device's acrylic surface, then bends abruptly at a right angle toward the centre,...

source: The Toronto Star

Alberta could use a 20-year-old Supreme Court reference on Quebec succession to try to remove non-renewable natural resource revenues from the equalization formula, according to Jason Kenney, a contender in the race to lead Alberta's new United Conservative Party.

source: The Globe and Mail

Ontario's Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) announced today that it will offer 390 contracts representing about 150 megawatts (MW) of small-scale renewable generation. Results of the procurement show strong participation,...

source: IESO

With nearly seven million Floridians off the grid in the wake of Hurricane Irma, and many of them likely to wait weeks for power, microgrids are emerging as a consensus option for a region of the United States that is likely to see an...

source: The Energy Mix

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) is soliciting proposals from parties interested in acquiring its DeSabla-Centerville hydroelectric facilities in Butte County, Calif. PG&E made the announcement earlier this month,...

source: Hydro World

The federal government of Nigeria has approved the contract for the construction of the 3,050-MW Mambilla (or Mambila) hydropower plant, with a total cost of $5.792 billion. The Federal Ministry of Power, Works & Housing says...

source: Hydro World


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