Author: Green Cat Renewables

Green Cat at UnWind

We were proud to sponsor the Renewables UnWind event during the CanWEA conference in Calgary last week. It was a great opportunity to network with other professionals in the renewables industry – we look forward to the next one!   Facebook Google+ Twitter LinkedIn

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UnWind at CanWEA 2018

Green Cat are looking forward to sponsoring Renewables UnWind at CanWEA 2018. Join our team and other industry professionals for networking drinks from 6.30pm on October 24th at Cowboys Dance Hall. For tickets or more information please contact us info@greencatrenewables.ca  https://lnkd.in/gJNX89s

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IPCC – Global Warming Report

‘The world must invest $2.4 trillion in clean energy every year through 2035 and cut the use of coal-fired power to almost nothing by 2050 to avoid catastrophic damage from climate change, according to scientists convened by the United Nations‘ https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-10-08/scientists-call-for-2-4-trillion-shift-from-coal-to-renewables Facebook Google+ Twitter LinkedIn

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Government of Alberta launch solar RFP

The Government of Alberta is seeking proposals to procure solar power to offset around 55% of the government’s annual electricity needs. A Request for Proposals (RFP) is now open to developers of solar projects in Alberta. Through the RFP the government are seeking 135,000MWh of solar-generated electricity, offering a 20 year contract.  The Alberta government […]

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IAOM Conference

The 66th Annual Conference of the Western Canadian District of the International Association of Operative Millers (IAOM) will be held at the Sheraton Cavalier Hotel, Calgary, AB from September 12-14, 2018. Our Lead Engineer Thomas Malinowski will be giving the keynote address at the Conference exploring the opportunities for on-site renewable generation opportunities for food processing facilities […]

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Deuchries Wind Project

Earlier this year we completed commissioning of our Deuchries Wind project, a small wind farm in rural Scotland acquired by Green Cat from EDF in 2016. The project was the first to be fully funded, constructed, and completed solely by the company, and was signed off on in early 2018. It consists of three Enercon […]

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Issue 06: Community Ownership Models

The way of generating and distributing electricity traditionally consisted of centralized, utility owned, large scale generating plants; namely coal, hydro and nuclear, delivering electricity to consumers via long distance, high voltage transmission lines. Power flowed in one direction, from the generators, through the transmission network before stepping down to the local distribution network to supply […]

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Renewables UnWind

Green Cat are pleased to be a sponsor of the next Calgary Renewables UnWind event. Join us for networking on October 24th during the CanWEA annual conference. For tickets register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/renewables-unwind-calgary-tickets-46762790766

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