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Charting a Course for Energy in the Federal Election

Charting a Course for Energy in the Federal Election

Blog It is an important time in energy politics. Last month the federal government released Budget 2019. While the budget was positive overall for Smart Energy Communities in Canada, a more important story is about to unfold. The federal election is set for October...
What Does Budget 2019 Mean for Smart Energy Communities?

What Does Budget 2019 Mean for Smart Energy Communities?

Blog In case you missed the commentary and analysis in the days following the release of the 2019 federal budget, here is a breakdown on what it all means for Smart Energy Communities. Maximizing Energy Efficiency and Conservation Just over $1 billion over the next...
How Can Municipalities Become Energy Transition Leaders?

How Can Municipalities Become Energy Transition Leaders?

Blog It is now widely accepted that the battle against climate change is the biggest challenge ever of our time. We need to simultaneously change both the way we produce energy and the way we use it on an unprecedented scale. Indeed, the amount of capital needed to...
Energy Mapping in the Digital Age

Energy Mapping in the Digital Age

Blog The power grid was built on the premise of bulk generation transmitting high voltage, converted to low voltage, to customers.  Get ready for disruption to that system because power distribution is changing! New demands, new technology, and new players are making...