Michael Berends to present at APPrO 2017's Carbon Market Session

On November 20 & 21, 2017, the Association of Power Producers of Ontario (APPrO) will be hosting the 29th Annual Canadian Power Conference and Networking Centre. The APPrO conference is an opportunity for key players in the power industry to come together and discuss the pressing issues and major changes that the industry is currently facing. PC leader Patrick Brown, the Hon. Glenn Thibeault Ontario's Minister of Energy and the Hon. Chris Ballard, Ontario's Minister of Environment and Climate Change are among the big names that will be providing their perspectives on the challenges, opportunities and future of the Power industry in Ontario. ClearBlue's Michael Berends will be presenting a

ClearBlue's Michael Berends Comments on Ontario's Offsets Post-2020

San Francisco, 5 October (Argus) — Ontario is proposing new rules that would allow the use of carbon offsets for compliance with the province's cap-and-trade program. The Ontario Ministry of Environment and Climate Change yesterday released draft offset credit regulations, including the first project protocol. The ministry says it designed the regulation and accompanying protocol to be consistent with the Western Climate Initiative's (WCI) offset system. Ontario will become the third member of the regional carbon market next year, joining California and Quebec. The first protocol developed for Ontario will allow offset developers to earn credits for methane destroyed at landfills. The rules

ClearBlue Sponsors 1st Place Prize at University of Windsor's Green Future Competition

University of Windsor celebrated Energy Conservation and Renewable Energy Week this week on campus to inspire renewable energy and sustainability discussions and action. One of the events is the Green Future Competition, which showcases student research on energy conservation and renewable energy. ClearBlue is proud to support research and innovation in renewable energy and conservation by sponsoring the 1st place prize of the Green Future Competition. 1st place was awarded to PhD student, Julia Aman, who presented a solar thermal driven air-conditioning system for residential applications. The competition was followed by two panel discussions; “Climate Change and Energy Conservation” and “T

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