Posts Tagged ‘Wind’

Liberals Vote to Conceal Samsung Energy Deal Details

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Last week at the Ontario Legislature, Progressive Conservative Energy Critic John Yakabuski put forward a motion requesting that the Ontario government reveal the details of its controversial $7 Billion dollar Green Energy agreement with Samsung.  The Liberals voted the deal remain concealed, whichwindconcernsontario suggests prevents analysis of the ”long-term impact on business and Ontario families who will [...]

Micheal Ignatieff gets it right – Discuss

I know Canadian elections are still potentially years away, 2012 at the latest, but these things tend to creep up on you rather quickly.  Being socially very left wing but then relatively center-right on a number of issues I always tend to have a love-hate relationship with our Prime Minister regardless of his associated party.  [...]

Wind energy: The most expensive way to not make a difference

Renewable Power is downright expensive and don’t let people tell you different. It also doesn’t do enough to cut back on Co2 emissions.  Now this sounds like some straight up bullsh*t if you been listening to the free rhetoric wind advocates, environmentalists and politicians get to freely spew on a world looking for any positive [...]

The winds of climate-change

A new MIT analysis may serve to temper enthusiasm about wind power, at least at very large scales. Ron Prinn, TEPCO Professor of Atmospheric Science, and principal research scientist Chien Wang of the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, used a climate model to analyze the effects of millions of wind turbines that would [...]

Luring investors with a guarantee

On January 29, 2010 a grouping of venture capitalists, green energy enthusiasts and energy industry insiders will be convening in Toronto to discuss the Green Energy Act (GEA) and its newly established Feed-in Tariff program (FIT). The GEA Finance Forum will present financial sector attendees with information about the investment opportunities presented by the new [...]

COP15: Is this really the best we can do?

Re-Join Jo Fergus and explore the Post-Copenhagen fallout at: Explore your Future options at: EnVironauts.com [digg=http://digg.com/environment/COP15_Is_this_really_the_best_we_can_do] If the UN Climate Conference in Copenhagen were a baseball game, it would be in the top of the 7th and trailing by a run, with a slow aging  slugger scratching himself on first, and the middle of the order [...]

Slick oil tycoon cleans up his act.

In this day and age of new energy markets, renewable technologies, and sustainability considerations it seems that a lot of old school oil boys are involving themselves in the renewables revolution. The biggest one that comes to mind is T. Boone Pickens, the American financier who throughout the 80′s bought up oil companies through corporate [...]

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