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Energy
| 03/21/18

Widespread solar penetration in BC would impair flexibility of the grid

A little bit of solar would help to reduce the province’s greenhouse gas emissions, but a lot of it begins to create problems for the electricity grid, researchers have found—which poses a challenge to the hope that all new buildings could become ‘net zero’ energy in the next few years.

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PICS Staff
Energy
03/21/18 | PICS Staff

Widespread solar penetration in BC would impair flexibility of the grid

Energy
02/07/18 | PICS Staff

Pipeline spat throws wrench into Alberta decarbonization

Energy
12/13/17 | PICS Staff

BC to recast controversial hydro dam as clean energy project

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Science
07/06/17 | PICS Staff

Bitter US row over 100% renewables research has implications for Canada

Science
04/26/17 | PICS Staff

Massive snowpack loss possible in western US in next three decades

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Policy
12/07/16 | PICS Staff

Crunch talks in Ottawa on pan-Canadian climate plan

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Policy
11/23/16 | PICS Staff

Canada’s ‘Mid-Century Strategy’ Part I: Mammoth increase in hydro, nuclear

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Energy
11/16/16 | PICS Staff

Could the Nordic grid nix both nuclear & fossil fuels?

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Society
11/09/16 | PICS Staff

Canadian climate action faces strain in the Trump era

Energy
10/26/16 | PICS Staff

Global renewables capacity overtakes coal for first time

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