Canadian Government Has Invested $765,000 to Deploy 117 V1G EV Chargers

Canada-based Energy-Tech company, Peak Power has announced that it has received $765000 worth  investment from the Canadian Government. With this investment, Peak Power will install 117 V1G EV chargers to achieve a zero-emission target under the Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program (ZEVIP). The total cost of the ZEVIP program is over $1.6 million. The V1G […]

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Canada, India Sign MoU On RE, Leave Coal Problem For A Deal In Future

Canada and India signed an Memorandum of Understanding on Thursday to mutually cooperate to make Renewable Energy a reliable source of electricity. However, the coal generated power is conspicuously absent from the MoU, raising several eyebrows since Canada is leading a global movement to end the burning of coal for electricity and India is the […]

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LG Energy Solution to set up EV battery JV with Stellantis in Canada

South Korean battery giant LG Energy Solution Ltd (LGES) said on Wednesday it plans to invest 1.8 trillion won ($1.48 billion) to set up a joint venture with Stellantis NV in Windsor, Canada. In October, LGES and Stellantis NV struck an electric vehicle (EV) battery production joint venture, targeting to start production by the first […]

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Canadian Firm Closes $10M Series A to Expand Lithium Refining Capacity

Mangrove Lithium, a Vancouver based company, has closed a USD $10 million Series A investment round led by Breakthrough Energy Ventures (BEV) with participation from existing investor BDC Capital’s Cleantech Practice (BDC). The company will use the investment to build its first operational, commercial-scale plant with the intention of expanding lithium refining capacity in the Western […]

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Canadian PE Fund Brookfield Offers $9.6 B to Take Over AusNet

Update: ASX-listed energy infrastructure firm APA Group has launched a rival $10 billion takeover offer for the utility business Australian energy company AusNet Services has received a proposal, worth $9.6 billion, from the infrastructure affiliate of Brookfield Asset Management to acquire all of the issued shares in AusNet at an indicative price of $2.50 cash per […]

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New Research Accelerates Development of Organic Solar Cells

A team of researchers is working to replace heavy and expensive silicon solar cells currently being used in the solar industry with light and low-cost organic solar cells – made from materials and elements found in plants and animals – which could help in the battle against climate change. Most of today’s solar cells are made from […]

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Canadian Solar Wins 45 MWh Energy Storage Project in Colombia

Canadian Solar Inc., a solar PV module manufacturer in Canada, has won its first-ever utility-scale battery storage project in Colombia with a capacity of 45 MWh. The project was awarded in the public tender floated by Colombia’s Ministry of Energy and Mines via its affiliate UPME, the Mining, and Energy Planning Unit. Located in the […]

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Wind & Solar to Produce 90% Electricity in North America by 2050: NARIS

Canadian Renewable Energy Association (CanREA) has welcomed the release of the North American Renewable Integration Study (NARIS), considered to be the most comprehensive long-term analysis of power system evolution to date on the North American grid. NARIS shows that, between now and 2050, solar energy and wind energy are poised to contribute the greatest proportion […]

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