Solar Canada

  • Shenzhen Energy Nanjing Holding acquires three Chinese solar plants from Canadian Solar – The Asset

    The AssetShenzhen Energy Nanjing Holding acquires three Chinese solar plants from Canadian SolarThe AssetONTARIO-based Canadian Solar has announced that wholly-owned subsidiary, CSI New Energy Holding Co, has completed the sale of three solar power plants in China to Shenzhen Energy Nanjing Holding Co. The transaction, which involves generating capacity ...read more

    Source: Solar Canada | Published on January 23, 2018
  • Canadian dollar slips as global trade prospects, NAFTA talks weigh – The Globe and Mail

    Toronto StarCanadian dollar slips as global trade prospects, NAFTA talks weighThe Globe and MailThe Canadian dollar weakened against its U.S. counterpart on Tuesday but held within a narrow range as investors assessed prospects for global trade and talks to renegotiate the NAFTA trade deal. U.S. President Donald Trump's imposition of import ...The NAFTA talks just got even harderGant Dailyall 216 news articles » ...read more

    Source: Solar Canada | Published on January 23, 2018
  • Canadian, American solar workers kidnapped in Nigeria rescued – CanadianManufacturing.com

    Canadian, American solar workers kidnapped in Nigeria rescuedCanadianManufacturing.comYOLA, Nigeria—Two Canadians and two Americans who were kidnapped in Nigeria's north-central Kaduna state last week have been freed and are in good condition, police said over the weekend. Police and a special anti-kidnapping squad rescued the ...read more

    Source: Solar Canada | Published on January 23, 2018
  • Donald Trump approved U.S. tariffs on solar panels, washing … – Globalnews.ca

    Globalnews.caDonald Trump approved U.S. tariffs on solar panels, washing ...Globalnews.caDonald Trump approved tariffs on imported solar-energy components and large washing machines in a bid to help U.S. manufacturers.and more » ...read more

    Source: Solar Canada | Published on January 23, 2018
  • Trump slaps 30% tariff on solar imports to US in blow to renewable energy industry – BNN

    BNNTrump slaps 30% tariff on solar imports to US in blow to renewable energy industryBNNIn the biggest blow he's dealt to the renewable energy industry yet, President Donald Trump decided on Monday to slap tariffs on imported solar panels. The U.S. will impose duties of as much as 30 per cent on solar equipment made abroad, a move that ...UPDATE 3-US solar panel import tariff to hit European, Asian manufacturersReutersTrump reveals 30% solar tariffsPV-TechTrump Pulls His Punches in First Foray Into Long-Pledged TariffsBloombergThe Japan Times -Economic Timesall 355 news articles » ...read more

    Source: Solar Canada | Published on January 22, 2018
  • Canada needs to boost its solar potential – pvbuzz media

    pvbuzz mediaCanada needs to boost its solar potentialpvbuzz mediaCurrently, Canada offers a capital cost allowance depreciation for renewable energy projects between 4 percent and 50 percent range on the class of the project, and when the project started. By creating a clear federal solar investment tax credit, like ...Solar power station comes onlineEngineer Livesolar: Latest News & Videos, Photos about solar | The Economic TimesThe Economic TimesFind the cheapest energy plans in your area with our energy cost cruncher | MozoMozoMozoall 43 news articles » ...read more

    Source: Solar Canada | Published on January 21, 2018
  • Solar panel owner hit with $1400 bill by Manitoba Hydro – CTV News

    CTV NewsSolar panel owner hit with $1400 bill by Manitoba HydroCTV NewsA Manitoba man has been slapped with a $1,400 hydro bill after Manitoba Hydro mistakenly told him his solar panels produced more than enough electricity to power his home. Jarrod Chamberlin of Rural Municipality of De Salaberry, about 72 kilometres ...read more

    Source: Solar Canada | Published on January 21, 2018
  • Solar panel owner hit with $1,400 bill by Manitoba Hydro | CTV News – CTV News

    CTV NewsSolar panel owner hit with $1,400 bill by Manitoba Hydro | CTV NewsCTV NewsA Manitoba man has been slapped with a $1400 hydro bill after Manitoba Hydro mistakenly told him his solar panels produced more than enough electricity to power his home.and more » ...read more

    Source: Solar Canada | Published on January 21, 2018
  • Solar panel owner hit with $1,400 bill by Manitoba Hydro | CTV News – CTV News

    CTV NewsSolar panel owner hit with $1,400 bill by Manitoba Hydro | CTV NewsCTV NewsA Manitoba man has been slapped with a $1400 hydro bill after Manitoba Hydro mistakenly told him his solar panels produced more than enough electricity to power his home.and more » ...read more

    Source: Solar Canada | Published on January 21, 2018
  • 2 Canadians, 2 Americans kidnapped in Nigeria freed, in good condition, police say – Toronto Star

    Toronto Star2 Canadians, 2 Americans kidnapped in Nigeria freed, in good condition, police sayToronto StarAliyu earlier said they are investors setting up solar stations in villages around Kafanchan. Elizabeth Reid, a spokesperson for Global Affairs Canada, said Canadian officials worked closely on the ground with the Nigerian government. She said in an ...2 Canadians, 2 Americans freed after kidnapping in NigeriaCBC.caPolice say Canadians, Americans abducted in Nigeria freed and in good conditionCP24 Toronto's Breaking Newsall 102 news articles » ...read more

    Source: Solar Canada | Published on January 20, 2018
  • Canadian, US hostages in ‘good spirits’ and kidnappers have demanded ransom: Nigerian police – National Post

    National PostCanadian, US hostages in 'good spirits' and kidnappers have demanded ransom: Nigerian policeNational PostThe northern part of Nigeria is considered an ideal spot for developing renewable energy infrastructure, particularly solar projects, because of the abundance of solar radiation and the region's distance from other sources of power. But those doing ...Global Affairs investigating report of Canadians kidnapped in NigeriaCTV NewsGlobal Affairs says it's aware of report of 2 Canadians kidnapped in NigeriaToronto Star2 Americans, 2 Canadians kidnapped in central NigeriaWashington PostVoice of America -Africa Timesall 115 news articles » ...read more

    Source: Solar Canada | Published on January 19, 2018
  • Canadian, US hostages in ‘good spirits’ and kidnappers have demanded ransom: Nigerian police – National Post

    National PostCanadian, US hostages in 'good spirits' and kidnappers have demanded ransom: Nigerian policeNational PostThe northern part of Nigeria is considered an ideal spot for developing renewable energy infrastructure, particularly solar projects, because of the abundance of solar radiation and the region's distance from other sources of power. But those doing ...Global Affairs says it's aware of report of 2 Canadians kidnapped in NigeriaToronto Star2 Americans, 2 Canadians kidnapped in central NigeriaWashington PostPolice: American, Canadian Abducted in Nigeria; 2 Officers KilledVoice of AmericaAfrica Times -CTV Newsall 115 news articles » ...read more

    Source: Solar Canada | Published on January 19, 2018
  • Canadian, US hostages in ‘good spirits’ and kidnappers have demanded ransom: Nigerian police – National Post

    National PostCanadian, US hostages in 'good spirits' and kidnappers have demanded ransom: Nigerian policeNational PostThe northern part of Nigeria is considered an ideal spot for developing renewable energy infrastructure, particularly solar projects, because of the abundance of solar radiation and the region's distance from other sources of power. But those doing ...2 Americans, 2 Canadians kidnapped in central NigeriaABC NewsCanadian, American solar energy investors abducted in NigeriaAfrica Timesall 115 news articles » ...read more

    Source: Solar Canada | Published on January 19, 2018
  • Canadian, US hostages in ‘good spirits’ and kidnappers have demanded ransom: Nigerian police – National Post

    National PostCanadian, US hostages in 'good spirits' and kidnappers have demanded ransom: Nigerian policeNational PostThe northern part of Nigeria is considered an ideal spot for developing renewable energy infrastructure, particularly solar projects, because of the abundance of solar radiation and the region's distance from other sources of power. But those doing ...Canadian, American kidnapped by gunmen in central NigeriaCanadianManufacturing.comCanadian, American solar energy investors abducted in NigeriaAfrica Timesall 115 news articles » ...read more

    Source: Solar Canada | Published on January 19, 2018
  • How a St. Albert man cut his electricity use in half by changing lights and habits – CBC.ca

    CBC.caHow a St. Albert man cut his electricity use in half by changing lights and habitsCBC.ca... want to save power and electricity with minimal cost, Kube said a few measures can help: changing light bulbs, altering cooking habits and turning off lights when not necessary. "[These are just] simple things that I'm just changing my behaviour ...read more

    Source: Solar Canada | Published on January 19, 2018