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Environmental Protection Agency’s Power Emission Plan

Environmental Protection Agency’s Power Emission Plan

In the United States the Obama administration has used the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to propose a policy that will limit emissions from power-plants, since about 40 percent of greenhouse gases in the US are a result of energy consumption. The EPA came through with a proposal […]

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Is the New Enmax Choose Free Option a Good Choice for You?

Is the New Enmax Choose Free Option a Good Choice for You?

Enmax has come out recently with an updated Choose Free rate. This time around the rate is 7.79 cents per kWh (down from 8.48 cents). The rest of their offer is pretty well the same as the original Choose Free Option. You have to sign up gas […]

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Solar Power in Alberta Hits a Milestone

Solar Power in Alberta Hits a Milestone

Alberta has seen a 49 percent jump in generating capacity of solar power over the last year. Last Thursday it hit a record of 5,001 kilowatts of generating capacity. Alberta Energy data states that there are now 1,106 solar systems installed in Alberta and connected to the […]

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Submetering: A Benefit to Everyone

Submetering: A Benefit to Everyone

If you are the owner or operator of a large office tower, retail mall, or chain of stores, you have an important responsibility to reduce energy usage. To become more aware of your electricity, gas, and water usage, the smart choice is submetering. Solution 105 enables you […]

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