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Jun 30, 2020

Alberta’s Site Rehabilitation Program: The First Two Months

On May 1, the Alberta Government launched a $1 billion Site Rehabilitation [...] Read More
Jun 30, 2020

Why Renting Temp Power Equipment Is the Right Choice In Uncertain Times

From restaurants to rideshares, COVID-19 has changed the way many of us do [...] Read More
Aug 28, 2019

LNG Canada: A Wealth of Opportunity for Electrical Contractors

This past June, the Government of Canada announced the single largest private [...] Read More
Jan 30, 2017

Energy in Canada: What’s In Store for 2017?

From pipeline approvals to an unpredictable new US administration, there are a [...] Read More
Jul 28, 2016

Is Biodiesel in Canada Dead? Two Industry Experts Weigh In

When it comes to green technology, people rarely see eye to eye, and biodiesel [...] Read More
Feb 26, 2016

Distributed Power Generation And Utilities

This summer, the Electric Markets Research Foundation made waves when it [...] Read More
Nov 30, 2015

The Major Projects Management Office Initiative

From Pipelines to LNG, hydro to nuclear, the Major Projects Management Office [...] Read More
Sep 25, 2015

Tesla’s Powerwall: Coming Soon to Your Home (or Business)

First, it was electric cars Then it was space exploration This May, Elon [...] Read More
Aug 26, 2015

Internet of Things (IoT): Opportunity Awaits

If you appreciate Amazon suggesting purchases based on your buying habits, or [...] Read More
Aug 05, 2015

Applications of Drones (UAS) in Electrical Contracting Industry

That’s not a bird, and it’s not quite a plane—it’s a drone, and it’s [...] Read More
Aug 04, 2015

Woodfibre LNG: An Anticipated “Work In Progress”

There are 19 proposed LNG projects in British Columbia, most heavily backed by [...] Read More
Jul 06, 2015

How Electrical Contractors Meet EV Charging And Smart Grid Demands

Happening now, at a parking facility near you: “charging rage,” or what [...] Read More