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Albertans could soon store, sell electricity to grid if new bill is passed

Albertans could soon store, sell electricity to grid if new bill is passed

“This legislation will help create more investment and competition, leading to more supply and increased affordability for consumers over the long term,” said Alberta Associate Minister of Natural Gas and Electricity Dale Nally.
Rise of EVs will require smarter, greener electricity grid: expert

Rise of EVs will require smarter, greener electricity grid: expert

Demand-side management can help better use what is already generated
Transport ready for hydrogen switch

Transport ready for hydrogen switch

With many different sectors able to move to hydrogen use, Adnan Khan, an energy systems analyst, said he calculates the future demand for hydrogen to hit 13,000 tonnes of per day.
More investment needed in electricity to reach net zero by 2035: experts

More investment needed in electricity to reach net zero by 2035: experts

“I think we can be a lot more ambitious in terms of the magnitude of investment,” said Binnu Jeyakumar, director of clean energy at the Pembina Institute.
Ottawa looks to guarantee carbon price

Ottawa looks to guarantee carbon price

“When a business makes a decision, and the carbon price is part of that decision, it's a bit unfair to pull the rug out [from under] them later,” said Tristan Goodman president of The Explorers and Producers Association of Canada, a national lobby group representing Canada's oil and gas industry.
Expert calls Ottawa's plan to reduce oil and gas emissions 'ambitious'

Expert calls Ottawa's plan to reduce oil and gas emissions 'ambitious'

Highlights from the federal plan stated that the oil and gas sector is the single largest contributor of greenhouse-gas emissions in Canada, accounting for 26 per cent of national emissions in 2019, totalling 191 megatonnes. The new plan will see the industry cut emissions to 110 megatonnes by 2030.