The Newfoundland and Labrador government says it needs more information from World Energy GH2's environmental assessment submission before it can decide on the future of the proposed wind energy project in western Newfoundland.
The way the world is powered will change dramatically by the end of the decade, thanks to surging demand for electric vehicles and clean energy technologies...
Demand for electricity across Canada is forecast to double in the next 25 years, and all the signs from Ontario Premier Doug Ford's government indicate that nuclear energy will supply the biggest portion of the province's additional power needs.
On August 4, 2023, the Canadian federal government released a significant package of draft legislation to implement various tax measures, update certain previously released draft legislation and make certain technical changes.
Canadians are calling for action to fight climate change in a way that will build a strong economy, keep life affordable, and ensure clean air for our communities.
Ontario is planning three more small modular reactors at the site of the Darlington nuclear power plant, an announcement that comes the same week the energy minister said the province is moving forward with a new, large-scale nuclear facility.
Investors will pour more money into solar power than in oil production this year for the first time, signaling the scale and speed of the transition to low-carbon sources of energy.
Prominent Indigenous organizations are making major requests of the federal government in its upcoming budget, seeking billions in investments for infrastructure and economic development.
On a wintry day last November, Daphne Kay looked up at an expanse of gleaming solar panels located on Cowessess First Nation reserve land just east of Reginaand cried.
Making tangible progress on climate goals in a country as spread out and geographically diverse as Canada was always going to be a challenge.
Office buildings are typically not energy efficient, and globally they contribute to nearly a third of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from construction to end of life.
Alberta's environment minister said Canada's proposed oil and gas emissions cap is a stumbling block in the province's discussions with the federal government about clean-energy policies including in carbon capture and storage (CCS) needed to meet Canada's ambitious 2030 climate targets.
As Canada sets out to reach net zero GHG emissions by 2050, renewable energy systems, such as wind, solar, and storage, are going to take on a more powerful role.
The Canadian Renewable Energy Association (CanREA) has announced the industry’s year-end data, reporting that Canada’s wind and solar energy sectors grew significantly in 2021, adding nearly 1 GW of new generation capacity.
Despite the fact that energy is essentially pipes and wires and petroleum and heating ducts, the whole scene has become ridiculously emotional.
Lessons from a new e-learning course on navigating Canada’s oil and gas regulatory process can be applied to all dealings with regulatory frameworks within North America.
The province of Alberta said on Thursday it will allow oil sands mining companies to change how they calculate environmental liabilities this year...
Canada's Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland said 19 April the government will spend C$17.6 billion (US$14 billion) on "green recovery" programs for FY 2021/22...
Alberta's Jason Kenney became the fourth Canadian premier to sign an agreement supporting the development of small modular nuclear reactors (SMRs) in Canada.