Autonomous vehicles have come to play a major role in many visions of the transportation future, with car companies, tech companies, and policymakers all proposing their own versions of a self-driving future.
News release: Canada’s first hydrogen HUB launches in the Edmonton Region backed by over $2 million in funding from three levels of government
Picture a future for the Edmonton Region where buses, trains, heavy trucks, home heating and farm machinery all run on zero-emissions hydrogen fuel, an essential component of the new clean energy system
The Transition Accelerator is looking to collaborate with researchers across the country interested in developing transformational pathways to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions.
This is the third of a three-part series of blogs examining the findings and implications of The Transition Accelerator’s report, “Towards Net-Zero Energy Systems in Canada: A Key Role for Hydrogen.”
This is the second of a three-part series of blogs examining the findings and implications of a report, “Towards Net-Zero Energy Systems in Canada: A Key Role for Hydrogen,” by The Transition Accelerator.
This is the first of a three-part series of blogs examining the findings and implications of The Transition Accelerator report, “Towards Net-Zero Energy Systems in Canada: A Key Role for Hydrogen.”
A careful reading of Canadian transportation history gives some clues for how we might achieve a more sustainable transportation system during the twenty-first century.
In many ways, 2050 is a mystery. What will life be like in the future? Which new technologies will define the day?
As Globe and Mail writer Adam Radwanski said in a recent column, “hydrogen is so hot right now.” He’s right.
Blog: Comparing Canada’s Anthropogenic Systems: Agriculture-to-Food vs. Crude Oil-to-Refined Products
Comparing the agri-food system in Canada with the nation’s system for crude oil recovery and processing.