First of its kind: $3.5 million for Edmonton facility that converts garbage into liquid biofuels, chemicals - The American Energy News

University, government and industry researchers are working to find more efficient ways to convert waste into clean sources of energy and green bioproducts

More GDP with less energy: @Canada's declining 'energy intensity' - #energyefficiency #energysavings

More GDP with less energy: @Canada's declining 'energy intensity' - #energyefficiency #energysavings

The end of pipelines? New #innovation could change oil transportation

The end of pipelines? New innovation could change oil transportation - The American Energy News

The end of pipelines? New #innovation could change oil transportation

#Alberta’s first auction to inject more green power into the province’s grid has entered the final phase, but electricity players from around the world are already preparing for future bids. #sustainability

Global power players from Switzerland to South Africa eye Alberta's green market

#Alberta’s first auction to inject more green power into the province’s grid has entered the final phase, but electricity players from around the world are already preparing for future bids. #sustainability

MORE THAN A REGIONAL CELEBRATION  We are co-hosting The Festival of Big Ideas on June 9th, Noon - 8:30pm on a field adjacent to the Advanced Technology Centre in the Edmonton Research Park ... a transition of Moonlight in the Meadows      The Festival is more than just a celebration of the Region's innovations and offering even more than diverse networking ... it is designed to inspire and brand the Region as a Canadian innovation centre. But we need you!    A SHOWCASE - ENGAGING…

Festival of Big Ideas

Canada's Festival of Big Ideas - an exposition of the Edmonton Region's innovations and innovators.

Both Edmonton and Calgary submitted bids for @Amazon #yegbiz #yycbiz #ableg

Mayor Nenshi on Calgary's Amazon HQ2 bid

Both Edmonton and Calgary submitted bids for @Amazon #yegbiz #yycbiz #ableg

New water quality detection technology attracting global attention.

Young Scientists and Entrepreneurs Taking Their Technology to the Next Stage in California

New water quality detection technology attracting global attention.

Edmonton's new 'smart city' data network aims to arm citizens with the facts

Edmonton's new 'smart city' data network aims to arm citizens with the facts

Competition launch for Networks of Centres of Excellence in #Canada #innovation #research

Competition launch for Networks of Centres of Excellence

Competition launch for Networks of Centres of Excellence in #Canada #innovation #research

What is #graphene? A short video by NGA Board Member, Ron Mertens of Graphene-Info.com, explains why graphene is a groundbreaking, new advanced material!

Graphene in Under Two Minutes

What is #graphene? A short video by NGA Board Member, Ron Mertens of Graphene-Info.com, explains why graphene is a groundbreaking, new advanced material!

Thermal chemical vapor deposition used to make bottlebrush-like #graphene fibers .

3D Graphene Fibers :: News :: ChemistryViews

Thermal chemical vapor deposition used to make bottlebrush-like #graphene fibers .

Help Us End Waste Plastic in Watersheds #plasticwaste

6 Easy Ways to Transition into an Eco-Friendly Lifestyle

Alternative #energy systems the next hottest thing in #Alberta

Pilot project in geothermal energy comes to Hinton AB - Faculty of Science

Alternative #energy systems the next hottest thing in #Alberta

Hifi Engineering, a Calgary start up, plans to grow their business by building and manufacturing new leak detection technology in Alberta and exporting their product to monitor thousands of kilometers of pipeline worldwide.

Supporting innovation-focused Alberta business

Hifi Engineering, a Calgary start up, plans to grow their business by building and manufacturing new leak detection technology in Alberta and exporting their product to monitor thousands of kilometers of pipeline worldwide.

Productivity and Innovation Centre construction update - July 2017

Productivity and Innovation Centre construction update - July 2017

In short, Canada’s clean-technology industry is awash in red ink. Its firms, and the know-how and intellectual property (IP) they hold, are vulnerable to foreign takeovers. Despite unprecedented interest and engagement from provincial and federal governments, Canada’s low-carbon Renaissance is very much on the ropes. The sector needs smart new policy from the public sector and engagement from Bay Street to build markets for low-carbon solutions, unlock private finance, and secure the…

Not too much good news for Canada’s cleantech sector

6 Easy Ways to Transition into an Eco-Friendly Lifestyle

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