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Climate Summit: All Nations Must Act

Climate Summit: All Nations Must Act

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon addresses the opening of the Climate Summit 2014. UN Photo/Cia Pak The UN Secretary-General’s climate meeting took place this week in New York. Last week, a report from the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate warned that countries and companies that rely heavily […]

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Residential Energy Rates in Alberta: What to Do? September 2014 Edition

Residential Energy Rates in Alberta: What to Do? September 2014 Edition

We Recommend: Natural Gas: Direct Energy REGULATED DERS. This is the default, no retailer rate. Electricity: If you are in Calgary, ATCO or Fortis wires territory, 6.9 cents/kWh for seniors and 7.0 cents/kWh for everyone else at NRG Power Outside the above three areas, go to Adagio […]

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Enmax vs. Alberta Government

Enmax vs. Alberta Government

Enmax fights order to rebate millions to consumers Enmax, a utility owned by the City of Calgary, is set to battle the Alberta Government in court in a dispute over about $375 million the utility was assessed in lieu of taxes over the last 10 years. Enmax […]

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Keep It Clean, Keep It Green: The Importance of Solar Panel Cleaning

Keep It Clean, Keep It Green: The Importance of Solar Panel Cleaning

Solar panels are becoming increasingly popular for both homeowners and businesses, as they provide an eco-friendly energy alternative. At a time when fossil fuels are being consumed more than ever, those investing in solar panels are doing their part in reducing their carbon footprint. The large rooftop […]

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Three Ways to Make Your Home Greener

Three Ways to Make Your Home Greener

At Solution 105 it’s our business to help companies reduce their expenses and their ecological impact, but we understand that energy reduction isn’t limited to industry. Rather, saving energy should also be an initiative in the home. Every day millions of people waste energy needlessly, when they […]

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