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.
Electric drive vehicles vying to take on heavy-duty vehicle marketplace.
The new economic opportunity Alberta has been searching for.