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Wind energy applications — the promising road forward

Wind energy continues to provide major growth opportunities for plastic composites — the industry will reach $4 billion by the end of 2014. The adoption of larger-scale turbines and the expansion of offshore installations that call for stiffer and lighter blades...

source: By Don Rosato
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Congratulations to Jared Brown, the winner of the B.C. Electrical...

source: BCEA

Tim DeGrasse is an Engineer who studied Robotics in College...

source: BCEA

In the flurry of paperwork being submitted for millions of dollars in new residential development, City of Powell River is encouraging builders to take steps toward going green. Currently, the city's planning department is using the power of rezoning and the discretion...

source: Powell River Peak

Hydrogen fuel cells have powered transit buses, forklifts and other industrial vehicles for years, and they are now emerging as an alternative to conventional hybrid and plug-in electric vehicles for city drivers. There are about 3,000 hydrogen-fuelled passenger vehicles...

source: The Free Press

Bruce Ralston, minister of jobs, trade and technology, recently issued a statement in response to Microsoft's $300,000 contribution to a study on a potential ultra-high-speed transportation corridor to connect Vancouver, Washington state and Oregon. "A high-speed transportation...

source: Journal of Commerce

The University of Northern B.C. is teaming with an international institution in an effort to revolutionize the construction industry. The school is partnering with the University Santiago de Chile in an effort to research and teach...

source: My Prince George Now


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