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Ralph Surette | How can we shift from complaining about rising power rates to demanding and using the alternatives that will allow us to keep energy affordable even if rates do rise?
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Amy Goodman | In Germany, solar power installations are not only providing jobs, increased efficiency and cost savings -- they are allowing the owners of the systems to sell excess power back to the power grid.
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Ralph Surette | We should ban these outside energy experts. Every time one shows up at a Utility and Review Board hearing to remind us how muddled our energy practices are, it makes us look bad.
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Alice Klein | Ontario announced a $7 billion breakthrough deal for green energy last week that fans say puts the province in the forefront of the North American renewable energy industry.
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Ralph Surette | Big wind farms in financial or deadline trouble are almost daily fare on the business pages these days. Here's stuff we should know while we still have time to reset our options.
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Ralph Surette | I was taken aback earlier by the news that a deal had been struck whereby Hydro-Quebec would more or less take over NB Power. What did it mean, especially for Nova Scotia?
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Ralph Surette | The Bush/Cheney undead are still stalking the land, and on the global warming issue they've sunk their fangs into fresh blood.
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Matthew Adams | The FIT program announced today seems to have a lot going for it and could be a great boost for green energy and jobs, but all is not necessarily looking super in this plan.
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Alice Klein | Recession and climate politics are combining to shake up the pro-nuclear narrative big time, despite industry hopefuls who thought the atomic option was poised to win the low-carbon sweepstakes.
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Linda McQuaig | In demanding wage concessions of up to $19 an hour, auto company executives and the Harper government are hoping to deflect public anger for the economic meltdown onto those who assemble cars.
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Alice Klein | The tar and Canada's line in the sands have exploded this week in an uncanny combination of hugely high-profile political and economic events on both sides of the border.
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Alice Klein | Ontario's new Green Energy Act could take the province to the front of the green energy line, or become window dressing for more old-school centralized nuclear power plans.