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    August 1, 2019

    Calgary Herald

    How Calgary became an unlikely location for a creative solar solution

    Author: Geoffrey Morgan

    Solar saves in more way than one. The energy industry gets a bad rap when it comes to innovation, yet the oilpatch is by far the largest spendor on clean tech in Canada, to the tune of $1.4 billion a year. As part of its continuing coverage of the innovation economy, the Financial Post reports on the intersection of technology and energy, from the oilpatch in Alberta, off the shores of Nova Scotia to the plains of Saskatchewan.

    Tag: Alberta , Oil Sands , Solar , Solar Panels

    July 24, 2019

    Vancouver Sun

    Just add water: Salt battery could help renewable energy use

    Author: Frank Jordans

    If it works well, the system could help solve a problem posed by renewable energy sources like wind and solar the world over: they are unreliable, meaning they sometimes generate too much, and sometimes too little power.

    Tag: Non-renewable , Renewable


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