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World Energy Outlook 2006. International Energy Agency’s (IEA). Email
Written by Katja Rauhala  20 September 2009  

World Energy Outlook 2006. International Energy Agency’s (IEA).

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Energy Policies of IEA Countries. IEA, 2006 Review. Email
Written by Katja Rauhala  20 September 2009  

Energy Policies of IEA Countries. International Energy Agency’s (IEA), 2006 Review.

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Canada: Government investing in Green Energy, Clean Technologies Projects Email
Written by Katja Rauhala  22 July 2009  

On March 6, Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) announced that 16 new projects in emerging, clean technologies were awarded with a value of CD$ 53 million. The projects cover a large variety of technical fields from high efficiency HVAC, to solar panels and compost pellets. The Canadian Government is aiming to strengthen the economy by stimulating new businesses while responding to environmental concerns. The current round of new projects is part of a complex program including some 154 projects that received CD$ 375 million from the Canadian Government through SDTC.

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Canada: Water Filtration Equipment Industry Email
Written by Katja Rauhala  21 July 2009  

Canadians are becoming more and more concerned with the need to conserve water, provide environmentally friendly methods of water treatment and reducing the amount of energy, bacteria, contaminants and additives in their water systems.

Canada’s most populated areas are feeling immense pressure in constantly supplying and maintaining water resources with a rapidly decaying infrastructure. There is an expectancy of vast investment required to renew aging infrastructure in four of Canada’s major provinces within the next 5-10 years to improve drinking water and wastewater.

This report provides information regarding water filtration equipment and the growing export opportunities for U.S. firms within Canada. Despite various interpretations of Canadian water standards and guidelines, the need for municipal infrastructure renewal creates many export opportunities for U.S. firms and offers a variety of partnership options.

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British Columbia’s Environmental Sector Email
Written by Katja Rauhala  21 July 2009  

The environmental industry in British Columbia is comprised of over 1,350 companies generating US$ 2.3 billion in revenues. The sector includes: environmental construction, recycling, and solid and hazardous waste management, consulting services, water and wastewater goods and services, renewable energy, air pollution and noise control, analytical services and green building and sustainable urban planning.

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