Posts tagged: Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia set to Exceed Renewable Energy Targets: Minister

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia’s Minister of Energy says the province is on track to exceed its renewable energy goals. In 2010, the government passed a law requiring 25 per cent of the province’s power to come from renewables — like wind and hydro — by 2015. The law’s second target is set at 40 per […]

How A Young Physicist Is Making Solar Power Work, Even When The Sun Is Down

Danielle Fong might have dropped out of junior high, but that hasn’t stopped her from finding a way to potentially drastically change how much power we can get from renewable energy. It is not unreasonable to expect that the renewable energy collected by the world’s solar panels and wind farms is being stored somewhere, ready […]

Canada Nearly Doubles Annual Wind Installations

This year Canada is on track to set a record for new installed wind power, with 1,338 MW projected, according to the Canadian Wind Energy Association. This level of installations would almost double the 690 MW installed in 2010. It would represent almost $3.5 billion in investment and more than 13,500 person-years of employment, Canwea […]

Nova Scotia first to introduce small wind FIT

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