Apr 28 2017

Artificial photosynthesis is both an energy source and a climate change solution

Published on April 27, 2017, Jason MacLean at Cantech Letter examines artificial photosynthesis and the progress being made on it by researchers at the University of Central Florida. Until now, artificial photosynthesis research has been slow, as catalyst materials required for the process are mostly expensive ones such as platinum and iridium. The UCF team however, has developed a synthetic substitute made of titanium and organic molecules. Artificial photosynthesis is expected to be utilized as a way to convert carbon dioxide into a usable form of energy. 

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Apr 26 2017

Carbon pricing could provide $120B of business for cleantech

Published on April 24, 2017, Cleantech Canada reports on the opportunities that carbon pricing can provide for the clean tech sector as the federal government launches a carbon, citing information from a report by Lux Research and Analytica Advisors' 2017 CCTI Report.

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Apr 21 2017

Clean tech industry struggling, but piquing interest in U.S.: McKenna

Published on April 20, 2017, the Ottawa Metro features an article by Mia Rabson at the Canadian Press. While the Canadian clean-tech industry is struggling due to poor funding and international competition, American clean-tech companies and investors are "very interested in what we're doing" said Minister Catherine McKenna.

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Apr 20 2017

Suncor sees decline in gasoline demand

Published on April 20, 2017, an article by Carl Meyer, National Observer, highlights Calgary-based Suncor Energy's response to climate change and the shift from fossil fuels to clean energy. Analytica Advisors' 2017 CCTI Report is used to present the state of Canada's clean technology sector.

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