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DOWN WIND - Wind Farm documentary - FULL DOC in HD - YouTube

DOWN WIND - Wind Farm documentary - FULL DOC in HD - YouTube

Lack of support blamed for keeping the industry from getting started

Geothermal industry stalled in Canada despite bounty of resources

Lack of support blamed for keeping the industry from getting started

Last fall, the California legislature passed SB 350, a bill that will increase the state’s renewable energy generation to 50 percent by 2030 utilizing resources like wind, solar, biomass, and geothermal energy. This goal will be a first. No large-scale economy like California has ever attempted to transition to a grid powered in majority by renewables. With such high-reaching plans and only a decade and a half to deliver, where does the state go from here?

Last fall, the California legislature passed SB 350, a bill that will increase the state’s renewable energy generation to 50 percent by 2030 utilizing resources like wind, solar, biomass, and geothermal energy. This goal will be a first. No large-scale economy like California has ever attempted to transition to a grid powered in majority by renewables. With such high-reaching plans and only a decade and a half to deliver, where does the state go from here?

For Texas electricity customers, geothermal energy is pretty much an afterthought. But some scientists -- and even some people in the oil and gas business -- say that heat from…

For Texas electricity customers, geothermal energy is pretty much an afterthought. But some scientists -- and even some people in the oil and gas business -- say that heat from…

In the midst of controversy over B.C.’s Peace River Site C dam project, the Canadian Geothermal Energy Association released a study showing the province could get the same amount of energy more affordably from geothermal sources for about half the construction costs. Unlike Site C, geothermal wouldn’t require massive transmission upgrades, would be less environmentally disruptive, and would create more jobs throughout the province rather than just in one area.

In the midst of controversy over B.C.’s Peace River Site C dam project, the Canadian Geothermal Energy Association released a study showing the province could get the same amount of energy more affordably from geothermal sources for about half the construction costs. Unlike Site C, geothermal wouldn’t require massive transmission upgrades, would be less environmentally disruptive, and would create more jobs throughout the province rather than just in one area.

The solar industry says Alberta can draw $5 billion in new investments while creating 70,000 jobs with the right government policies.

The solar industry says Alberta can draw $5 billion in new investments while creating 70,000 jobs with the right government policies.

From left, Scott Darling, CEO of the Calgary-based cementing and well abandonment business Performance Energy Services; Leanne Mills of Lloydminster, whose partner works as an oil well cementer; Marcellin Bélanger, who runs a maple tree farm in L'Islet, Que.; Terry Nelson, grand chief of the Southern Chiefs' Organization; Joanna Skrajny of the Alberta Wilderness Association office in Calgary. All were interviewed as part of a CBC series tied to an EKOS Research poll looking into what…

How Alberta and the energy sector look through the eyes of Canadians

From left, Scott Darling, CEO of the Calgary-based cementing and well abandonment business Performance Energy Services; Leanne Mills of Lloydminster, whose partner works as an oil well cementer; Marcellin Bélanger, who runs a maple tree farm in L'Islet, Que.; Terry Nelson, grand chief of the Southern Chiefs' Organization; Joanna Skrajny of the Alberta Wilderness Association office in Calgary. All were interviewed as part of a CBC series tied to an EKOS Research poll looking into what…

Like a stand of eager horses chomping at the bit, Canada’s young geothermal industry is waiting impatiently at the starting line, ready for the race to begin.

Like a stand of eager horses chomping at the bit, Canada’s young geothermal industry is waiting impatiently at the starting line, ready for the race to begin.

Craig Dunn, Borealis Geopower, speaking at a 2016 geothermal conference in Valemount.

Craig Dunn, Borealis Geopower, speaking at a 2016 geothermal conference in Valemount.

Germany To Abandon $1.1 Trillion Wind Power Program By 2019

Germany To Abandon $1.1 Trillion Wind Power Program By 2019

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