Powering all of British Columbia’s vehicles with kilowatts instead of petroleum could prove surprisingly cost-effective over the long haul.
Alberta’s grid needs cleaning up, and its hydro-powered next-door neighbour could help. But not in the way that you might think.
PICS researcher Kevin Palmer-Wilson factored social acceptance into renewable energy forecasting models—and uncovered a daunting engagement challenge.
With a helpful nod from policy makers, the humble wood pellet could play a starring role in Alberta’s clean-energy transition.