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Join Matt @ Campus Energy 2020 Feb 9th - 14th

Matt will be joined by John Coleman of Solar Turbines to talk about cold weather climate considerations for CHP plants at Campus Energy 2020 in Denver, CO on February 10th-14th. See you there, CEM  

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$30-per-tonne carbon tax

Alberta's new UCP government will continue to apply a $30-per-tonne carbon price that covers the majority of greenhouse gas emissions in the province, but will loosen the rules so that some of the largest emitters could be on the hook for $330 million less in charges next year. New legislation…

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CEM Blog: Top 10 Barriers to Your CHP Project (and how to overcome them)

If you are tasked with implementing a cogeneration project, dealing with project barriers can be a huge headache for you. Wouldn’t it be nice to know that these project barriers have occurred before and can be overcome? In this article I will discuss 10 project barriers that we have come across…

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CEM Blog: How to Permit a CHP Project in Alberta

In the early stages of developing a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) project, we often walk a client through the permitting process, as this can sometimes be a critical path item on a project's schedule. I was recently asked at a conference about the permitting process in Alberta, as this can vary from…

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Ontario to appeal court's ruling upholding federal carbon-pricing law

The federal government's carbon pricing scheme is constitutionally sound and has the critical purpose of fighting climate change, Ontario's top court ruled in a split decision on Friday. The Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act, enacted in April, is within Parliament's jurisdiction to legislate in relation…

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