Posted on November 03, 2014
There are better alternatives to flooding the Peace River valley. Our Earth stores an enormous source of renewable energy right beneath our feet: it is called geothermal power.
The Joint Review Panel suggested that BC Hydro seriously consider the less expensive geothermal option. The panel also suggested the BC Utilities Commission could look at other power options.
Posted on September 24, 2014
International architecture firm Snøhetta has partnered with Norway's Research Center on Zero Emission Buildings (ZEB) and to design and build a remarkable experimental house that helps move the development of very efficient buildings forward.
Posted on September 22, 2014
Posted on August 17, 2012
by Guy Dauncey
Wind turbines are spinning on the hills of southern Alberta, and on a hill outside Whitehorse, in the Yukon. They are spinning in downtown Toronto, and along the shores of the St Lawrence, in Quebec. But there are no wind turbines spinning in British Columbia — yet.
The production of electricity from the wind is making rapid progress around the world. By the end of 2003, wind turbines had 39,000 megawatts (MW)
Posted on August 14, 2012
While governments diddle around with new nuclear power and the climate crisis threatens to go over the top, you can install alternative energy yourself at home or in your business, probably for less cost than buying a hybrid car. And of course, for the householder as well as the power corporation, the “negawatt” of power saved through energy