Energy Efficiency Studies Identify the Best Opportunities for Greenhouse Gas Reductions in Alberta
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By Tony Kryzanowski While Alberta forest companies may see the value of considering the production of bio-products as part of a diversification strategy, examples of doing so on a commercial scale are practically non-existent.
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"One man, two chairs,” Movers & Shakers, The Peg, September 2013. (Reproduced, with permission, from the September 2013 edition of The PEG, the Member magazine of APEGA)
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By Jim Bentein. September 2013. If you could invent the machine that would more accurately predict how Canadians will use energy in the future and how that use will affect the environment and the country’s economy, would you want to do so?
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James Waterman / Staff writer, August 7, 2013. Amit Kumar takes charge of new energy and environmental research program
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July 30, 2013. Edmonton—A third-year mechanical engineering student is spending his summer at the leading-edge of research into residential energy use, with the ultimate goal of helping policy makers and industry make informed decisions about energy sources and technology.
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By Richard Cairney   June 17, 2013 Edmonton—A new national research program established at the University of Alberta Faculty of Engineering strengthens the ability of industry and government to make evidence-based decisions about energy pathways and resources while finding ways to conserve water and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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The PEGG, published by APEGGA, July Issue, 2008.
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The e-Link, published by Alberta Agricultural Research Institute (AARI), January 7, 2008.
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