Sustainability in BC/Canada
CANADA FALLING BEHIND IN CLEAN-TECH RACE, INDUSTRY INSIDERS SAY
From the Vancouver Sun, October 25, 2009
SCHOOLS STRUGGLE WITH GREENHOUSE GAS TARGETS: STUDY
B.C.’s colleges and universities lack sufficient funding, information and support to meet the provincial government’s requirement that they become carbon neutral by 2010, according to a new education-sector study.
WHAT TO DO WITH JACK
‘Jack’ is a Jack O’ Lantern, a carved pumpkin. He’s great fun on October 31st, but by November 1st, he needs to move on. Tips for what to do with your pumpkins after Halloween, from Metro Vancouver.
Green Technology in BC
DAY4 ENERGY TO BUILD 2.4 MEGAWATT PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER PLANT FOR GUNTHER HEISS SOLAR GMBH & CO. KG
Vancouver-based Day4 Energy announced it has executed an agreement to deliver a turnkey 2.4 megawatt roof-mounted turnkey photovoltaic power plant for Gunther Heiss Solar Gmbh & Co. KG in Germany.
AXYS TECHNOLOGIES WIND RESOURCE ASSESSMENT BUOY VALIDATION UNDERWAY
AXYS Technologies announced today the deployment of the offshore wind resource assessment buoy – the WindSentinel™ – off of Race Rocks Island, in the coastal waters of British Columbia, Canada.
CARMANAH TECHNOLOGIES NAMED ONE OF CANADA’S TOP 10 CLEANTECH COMPANIES
Victoria-based Carmanah Technologies has been named one of Canada’s top green technology companies on Corporate Knights Cleantech 10™ list. http://www.bctechnology.com/scripts/display_news.cfm?id=28392
DYNAMOTIVE UPGRADES BIOOIL FROM MULTIPLE BIOMASS SOURCES TO A UNIFORM HYDROCARBON PRODUCT
Vancouver-based Dynamotive Energy Systems Corp. announced today that it successfully applied the BINGO BioOil upgrading process to BioOils produced from a variety of feedstocks.
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