Canada one of the world’s most energy-intensive countries: 15 percent energy reduction possible through lighting, computer and HVAC retrofitting: Conference Board of Canada Report

A combination of retrofitting initiatives may be the key to reducing Canada’s above-average energy consumption, according to a new report from the Conference Board of Canada. Canada ranks near the …

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Too much wind-power may warm the environment more than oil or coal — at least in the short term. Harvard research suggests cautious planning needed

While wind power is considered by many to be the most reliable form of alternative, clean energy, researchers at Harvard caution that “too much wind power” may warm the environment …

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