Michigan environmental officials said Friday that Enbridge Energy is working to remove a 15,000-pound ship anchor from the Straits of Mackinac lakebed. Read the full story by WDIV – TV – Detroit, MI. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
Energy intensive industries are expected to be discussed by a council advising the state of Michigan on a climate plan. Read the full story by the Associated Press. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
Company will be a critical source of clean energy, jobs, innovation and medical isotopes Bruce Power is continuing its contributions to a net zero Canada by 2050 by releasing a report that lays out its vision for the next 50 years of operation. The report, written in collaboration with the Nuclear Innovation Institute (NII), […]
Huron County has received funding through the Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program to install electric vehicle chargers in the county.
Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson announced the upgrading of four end terminals on Highway 9 has been completed, contributing to safer roads for local residents and maintaining Ontario’s position as having one of the safest road networks in North America. Through Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) funding, these four steel beam energy attenuating terminal (SBEAT) systems […]
Laurentis Energy Partners is donating $10,000 to the Canadian Red Cross, to help address COVID-19 in communities struggling with outbreaks, including Saugeen First Nation in Ontario. Working together with Grey Bruce Health Services, Saugeen First Nation declared a state of emergency due to rising cases of COVID-19. With an office in Port Elgin and operations […]
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- Illinois coal plants are closing even as fossil fuel objections stall energy bill again – Energy News Network
In a surprise announcement last Thursday, NRG said it would close its Waukegan and Romeoville coal plants, but the community impacts are unclear as “just transition” provisions remain held up in state energy bill negotiations.
EPCOR suggests Kincardine residents who have their natural gas line and meter installed on their properties need to get in touch with a local contractor to convert pipes and connections in their homes.
Bruce Power has reached a $350 million agreement with SGRT for the replacement of steam generators on Units 3 and 4.
It’s easy to see why some waterfront property owners shake their fists at wakeboats: they’re upset at the boats that rumble by blaring tunes and making towering wakes that crash onto the shore, causing erosion and stirring up sediment, damaging docks, and sometimes even making the water unsafe for swimmers and other boaters. But it’s … Continued
Westario Power Inc. and Bruce Power are teaming up to explore opportunities to deliver projects focused on removing and offsetting carbon emissions.
In 2020, Farm Credit Canada contributed $1.5 million to 92 community projects across Canada to support rural capital projects. Over the past 17 years, the FCC AgriSpirit Fund has supported … Continue reading News from the Ripley Agricultural Society
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