Category: Solar

Hanna Community Solar Project

Green Cat in the news – we are delighted to be supporting the Town of Hanna Community Solar Project. “Glint and Glare Analysis will be completed by Green Cat Renewables, a Calgary firm specializing in engineering studies for solar developments.” Read more Hanna Herald Solar Project Open House.    

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Intersolar North America

Green Cat Renewables will be attending the Intersolar North America conference in San Diego. We look forward to connecting with you there! February 4-6, 2020 | San Diego Convention Center | San Diego, CA  https://www.intersolar.us/ #isna2020 #solar  #greenhydrogen #greenammonia #energystorage #engineering

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Southern Alberta Energy Forum

May 15, 2019 Fort Macleod, Alberta.  Members of the Green Cat team, in conjunction with Pembina Institute and the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre will be on hand at Fort Macleod Town Hall to discuss renewable energy, energy storage, and community opportunities.  Read more.  

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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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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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BEST Challenge

Emissions Reduction Alberta today launched the BEST Challenge providing up to $70 million in a new competitive funding opportunity. The challenge targets technologies that demonstrate the potential to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Alberta and secure the province’s success in a lower carbon economy. More information available here: https://lnkd.in/dQ73qDK

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