Monthly Archives: November 2016

Alberta To Stop Using Coal Fired Electricity By 2030

Alberta Government recently struck a deal with three major power producers (TransAlta, Capital Power, and Atco) of the province and has decided to phase out usage of coal-fired electricity completely by the year 2030. Continue reading

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UK Energy Consultancy Almach Pledges to Offer Only Green Electricity

The UK Energy consultancy firm Almach Energy has been in the business of offering innovative procurement solutions in the area of renewable energy and is ethically renowned for it too. Continue reading






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Canadian Government Buildings to Have Green Electricity by 2025

As a commitment towards the wider plans to cut its own greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 and to abide the Paris agreement, the federal government of Canada recently announced in the House of Commons that, the government intends for all its buildings to be powered by green electricity within a decade. Continue reading






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Iowa Produces More Than 30% Electricity from Wind Energy

Iowa located in the Midwestern of United States has been listed as one of the safest states to live in. It is also known by nickname Hawkeye State. In the year 2015, total 11 states generated at least 10% of their total electricity from the wind. Continue reading






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