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Canada has been vocal about reaching a net zero future, but in order for the country to get there, it’s going to require a combination of new technology and social behaviours. Catherine Abreu, Executive Director of Destination Zero and former
Cost, inventory, and access to charging stations are major barriers when making the jump to an electric vehicle. In fact, 71% of Uber drivers across Canada said they’re interested in making the switch, but these factors are holding them back. U
This week, we have a special holiday episode of the ThinkEnergy podcast. Inspired by one of our favourite Christmas movies, A Christmas Carol, we’re here to present some podcast “ghosts” of past, present and future. Get ready to buckle up becau
The energy sector, specifically electricity, is evolving at a rapid pace. But some folks may not realize that 94 per cent of Ontario’s electricity is generated without producing any greenhouse gas emissions. That’s pretty remarkable. So, what c
Unfortunately, electrical injuries are not as rare as one would hope. But the rate of electrical fatalities is actually trending down thanks to the efforts of the Electrical Safety Authority. Today’s big question: How has the Electrical Safety
New considerations for innovating how electricity is generated, distributed, and stored are being made every day. This includes the development and implementation of distributed energy resources - a promising solution for increasing the integra
The Government of Canada has mandated that 100 per cent of car and passenger truck sales be zero-emission by 2035. All kinds of measures will be required to support this transportation evolution. Are Canadians ready to embrace this relatively q
In Canada, women represent approximately one to two percent of active powerline technicians working in the electricity industry. What are the barriers that these women face? And what improvements can be made for future generations of women? Lan
When you try and wrap your head around what it will take to get Canada to net-zero by 2050, do you wonder what kind of energy transformation that will entail? With less than 30 years to hit net-zero greenhouse gas emissions, today’s topic for d
Storm season is truly any season. And during a global pandemic, as we've become more dependent on an uninterrupted supply of electricity (so we can work and learn from home), the consequences of storm-related power outages have been heightened.
---Join us for our Summer Rewind series as we feature past podcast episodes!--- EPISODE #41: Does energy storage hold great potential for a Canada in which wind and solar power could dominate new power plant additions and gradually overtake ot
---Join us for our Summer Rewind series as we feature past podcast episodes!--- EPISODE #38: Waterpower is Canada’s most abundant source of clean and renewable electricity. In fact, because of this, Canada is the second largest generator of hy
---Join us for our Summer Rewind series as we feature past podcast episodes!--- EPISODE #37: Roughly 50 per cent of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Canada are from municipalities. This means that cities have the opportunity to make a huge im
---Join us for our Summer Rewind series as we feature past podcast episodes!--- EPISODE #35: When we talk about the electrification of transportation, we tend to think about electric vehicles or light rail transit. But there’s another sub-genr
---Join us for our Summer Rewind series as we feature past podcast episodes!--- EPISODE #34: What happens when you use a network of hot and cold water pipes, bury them underground, and then use them to efficiently heat and cool buildings – or
---Join us for our Summer Rewind series as we feature past podcast episodes!--- EPISODE #24: With a nation-wide commitment to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 as well as an increase in climate change awareness, has eco-purchasing in Canada i
---Join us for our Summer Rewind series as we feature past podcast episodes!--- EPISODE #33: Compared to conventional methods of energy generation, like fossil fuels, greenhouse gases emitted from renewables are little-to-none; making them the
---Join us for our Summer Rewind series as we feature past podcast episodes!--- EPISODE #22: Canada’s Electric Highway is now a reality. Petro-Canada recently made a bold move to equip 50 of its retail outlets along the Trans-Canada Highway wi
---Join us for our Summer Rewind series as we feature past podcast episodes!--- EPISODE #36: If the Wizard of Oz was remade for the 21st century, Dorothy might now declare: there’s no place like a net-zero home. And she’d be right. But would s
---Join us for our Summer Rewind series as we feature past podcast episodes!--- EPISODE #15: Smart buildings have the potential to consume less energy, generate less waste, and provide better quality spaces for their occupants. But just how pr
The race is on to reach Canada’s target - net-zero emissions by 2050. This is a relatively aggressive timeline, so what should businesses be thinking about now? How do we future proof commercial properties and other industries that are large-em
From policy to infrastructure to new and old buildings, how can we create cities that improve lives through deep carbon reductions, creating co-benefits for people and the planet? Thomas Mueller, President & CEO at Canada Green Building Council
According to a recent survey by chartered professional accountants Canada 34% of Canadians have fallen victim to scams and frauds. Sadly, the energy industry is no stranger to the world of scam artists looking to make quick money from unsuspect
Young people offer incredible opportunities for change with their new ideas and verve. However, part of the challenge for young people around the world is finding a platform from which their voice can be heard and valued. Thankfully, when it co
Let’s talk about the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees. Did you know that across North America, pollinators are in a steep decline. It may seem like an unlikely union, but utilities are ideally suited to restore these environment
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