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15 06, 2016

Canucks Stanley Cup Loss Riot – 5 years later – Where were you?

By | 2016-06-15T21:39:38+00:00 June 15th, 2016|Uncategorized, Clean Tech, British Columbia|Comments Off on Canucks Stanley Cup Loss Riot – 5 years later – Where were you?

Where where you 5 years ago on June 15th 2011 during the Vancouver Canucks Stanley Cup Loss Riot? Many of us remember the news images of burning police cruisers, looting, and a violent mob of fans. It was an infamous day for Vancouver and BC citizens in general as frustration of losing turned ugly. Me? I was attending a Clean Capital tech conference in the [...]

24 02, 2016

Canadas Biggest Passive House Coming To Vancouver

By | 2016-03-12T23:50:58+00:00 February 24th, 2016|Green Building, Climate Change, Clean Tech, Home Heating, Vancouver, British Columbia, Passive House|Comments Off on Canadas Biggest Passive House Coming To Vancouver

By 2050, Vancouver plans to use 100% renewable energy. To say the least, this is going to be a challenge. There will have to be a transportation revolution, for starters. B.C. Hydro's already impressive 93% renewable energy grid will have to make the final push to 100%, and will likely have to be supplemented by solar P.V. installations in homes and businesses. Another area that [...]

23 02, 2016

Trudeau To Vancouver For National Climate Plan Talks

By | 2016-02-23T12:44:22+00:00 February 23rd, 2016|News, Climate Change, Solar, Clean Tech, Vancouver, Solar Heating, British Columbia|Comments Off on Trudeau To Vancouver For National Climate Plan Talks

Prime minister Justin Trudeau will meet with aboriginal leaders in Vancouver on March 2nd before a First Ministers' Meeting on March 3rd to discuss climate change. Coming in the wake of the Paris Climate Conference, after which Trudeau promised to hold a First Ministers' Meeting within 90 days, it is hoped that the meetings will lay down a framework for a national climate plan. The talks will be [...]

22 02, 2016

Will Richmond Try Solar Thermal After P.V. Concerns?

By | 2016-02-22T12:18:47+00:00 February 22nd, 2016|Climate Change, Solar, Clean Tech, Heat Pump, Solar Heating, British Columbia|Comments Off on Will Richmond Try Solar Thermal After P.V. Concerns?

The city of Richmond has been looking closely at solar P.V., and unfortunately for B.C. clean energy advocates, the news does not look good. Richmond already makes use of solar P.V. panels at several community centres, fire stations and other public buildings, and the city had been hoping to install more solar P.V. on residential buildings. City staff acknowledge that the cost of P.V. panels has come [...]