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Trenergy makes it Port Weller debut

It’s been two years since Trenergy Inc. obtained its Port Weller location and on Saturday, the first boiler constructed there set sail for Windsor. The fabrication plant has its main operations on Grantham Avenue where components are not only fabricated but constructed as well. Trenergy purchased…

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Ontario is headed for a fatal future and only ending the renewable deals can prevent it

Ontario was once the engine of the Canadian economy, a Triple-A-rated powerhouse commanding more than 40 per cent of the country’s GDP. Today this once-proud place is a have-not province whose credit rating is near the bottom of the pack, a loser that collects subsidies from the rest of the country.…

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Energy efficiency and cogeneration

Check out this great video on microgrids from the Cogeneration Channel:

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Ontario government scraps plan for $3.8 billion in renewable energy projects

Ontario is blowing off plans for more wind and solar power as it feels the heat over high electricity bills less than two years before a provincial election. In its latest effort to curb prices, Premier Kathleen Wynne’s government is axing plans to sign another $3.8 billion in renewable energy…

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Lakeside Controls Ltd./Emerson CHP User Forum

On April 28, CEM took part in Lakeside/Emerson's CHP End User Forum, hosted at Lakeside Controls Ltd., in Mississauga. Some highlights are can be found here: http://www.lakesidecontrols.ca/combined-heat-power/  

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