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As of Dec. 31, oil-powered heating is banned in all new construction projects across Quebec

This is part of the province's push to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
In two years, Quebec will go a step further by making it illegal to replace existing oil furnaces with any heating system powered by fossil fuels. After Dec. 31, 2023, the new rules were laid out in a ministerial decree on oil and gas heating passed in late November 2021.
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NY State's climate council wants heat pumps in all new homes by 2024 Council wants to aggressively switch from fossil fuels.

The Climate Action Council, charged with figuring out how to achieve the goals of the ambitious Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA), released a plan earlier this month for getting New York off fossil fuels.
Should we follow the NY State's climate council in Ontario?
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News Story Monday, August 16, 2021

Check out this press release about Smart Renewables and Electrification Pathways Program.

Harnessing Canada's immense clean energy resources requires transformational investments to accelerate the transition to a net-zero economy. Through the Smart Renewables and Electrification Pathways Program (SREPs), the Government of Canada is investing in renewable energy technologies and upgrading the electrical grid to make clean, affordable electricity options more accessible in communities across Canada.

"Canada needs a cleaner, more reliable electricity supply. This new stream of the Smart Renewables and Electrification Pathways Program will build up the knowledge and skills we need to modernize our grids. This is how we get to net-zero by 2050."
The Honourable Seamus O'Regan Jr. Minister of Natural Resources

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Interesting article from the Weather Network about Renewable energy.

Robert Hornung, president and CEO of the Canadian Renewable Energy Association says electrification is accelerating as governments move toward net-zero, pointing to studies suggesting wind and solar could make up as much as 95 percent of all new installations across North America by mid-century.

“Canada has massive untapped wind and solar energy resources in every part of the country — more potential than we could ever hope to use,” he says. “This will be critical as we move toward net-zero greenhouse gas emissions in 2050.”

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Interesting article on a new plant in Drumbo, that takes food waste, including packaged foods, and converts it into renewable energy.

The facility allows more municipalities, restaurants, grocery stores and food manufacturers to reduce the amount of food waste going into landfills, converting what would have once been thrown out into renewable energy and organic fertilizer, the company says.

The Drumbo plant has the capacity to process over 100,000 tonnes of food waste a year, including packaged food waste.

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News Story Monday, May 10, 2021

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Check out our drone footage from the Snider Solar Project that we did.

It shows the scale of the Solar PV. Are you thinking about investing into a Solar PV System?

Call us at (519) 648-9977. This is a great option for homeowners and businesses who are interested in investing in the future of their buildings and properties.

Solar PV Energy has the following advantages:
- Fuel source is vast and clean
- Low operating costs
- High reliability, demonstrated life of 25+ yrs
- Quick installation
- Scalable and deployable in many different configurations
Contact our sales team now for more details.






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