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What’s worse: Too much Chinese investment or not enough?

The energy sector might be about to find out >


Alberta needs more power and generating companies are lining up to supply it. The problem – one that won’t be solved soon – is getting it to market >

The Politics of Power

Rural Alberta lost its voice when Bill 46 took effect >

A Needed Jolt to the System

#8 in a 10-part series on practising sustainability in business >

Question Period: Energy

Q: Albertans have recently expressed concerns that the province may not be getting its fair share of oil and gas revenues. Does the royalty regime need to be changed? Should the 1% royalty holiday enjoyed by oilsands companies – which was introduced to spur development – be eliminated now that the oilsands are booming? >

Local Warming

The Kyoto Protocol is all but dead, right? So why are two of Alberta’s largest power producers already in the market for emissions credits? >

Crossed Currents

Is the drive for electrical deregulation dead, or just recharging? >

Not Your Average Bedroom Community

Okotoks gets serious about sustainability by building North America’s first solar-powered subdivision

On the Hunt

Husky Energy continues to build a solid asset base despite persisten rumours about its sale. >

Masters of Disaster

All eyes are on Alberta as the province launches a new centre designed to cope with catastrophe. But in the face of a real emergency, will it be enough? >

Talking About a New Generation

Scientifically, it’s known as an electrokinetic and microfluidic phenomenon. In plain speak, it’s a new way of generating electricity from flowing water. >

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