by Jeff Harrop
- What went on at the Annual General Meeting
- Nova Scotia Solar News: Trevor Butler speaks at Dal about sustainable building practices; Nova Solar Capital, a Kentville-based company, is expanding its Solar Capital Energy Inc. CEDIF project; movie: The Age of Consequences; the Emera Atlantic Canada Smart Energy Event; Ecology Action Centre series on Cap & Trade; and much much more.
Halifax, NS, January 16, 2015 - Solar Nova Scotia (SNS) as a recognized stakeholder was invited to participate in the Electricity System Review conducted by the Nova Scotia Department of Energy. SNS submitted a 17 page report entitled "Solar Energy: Part of a Sustainable Future in Nova Scotia"
- Forging Ahead with Lunenburg Foundry's “Prometheus” Solar Forge
- Evaluating our solar resource by Cory Manuel
- Growing Salad Greens During the Cold Winters of Nova Scotia by Silvana Castillo, North Wallace, Nova Scotia.
- Historic Building Energy Issues, Part 3: Attics and Roofs, by Bill Hockey
- Energy Efficiency in Nova Scotia by Aaron Smith
- Corporate Profile -Green Power Labs
- Historic Building Energy Issues, Part 4: Foundations, Basements and Crawl Spaces, By Bill Hockey
- The Halifax Seaport Farmers Market – Efficient from the Ground Up, by Aaron Smith
- The province's new Performance Plus program for new home builds over the next few months where solar thermal will be an integral part of the plan
- Solar Nova Scotia T-shirts are available!
- Nova Scotia's Electricity Plan Implementation (2015) Act Bill 141
- The Antigonish Community Energy Cooperative is gathering ''signatures'' on an electronic petition against Bill 141's restrictive solar provisions.
- Solar PV & Net Metering in Nova Scotia
- A Lunenburg councillor wants to build a community solar garden that would allow residents to share in renewable power that's generated from a centralized array located in a field or on a roof.
- Historic Building Energy Issues By Bill Hockey
- Canadian Solar Home Design Manual Book Launch: March 24th!
- The CARBON Trap: Can offsets, emissions caps, and complex trading schemes turn off the global spigot of greenhouse gases?
- Shaping Our Future Communities: The Importance of Community Energy Planning Marlene Moore, Green Power Labs Inc.
- Historic Building Energy Issues, Part 2: Doors & Windows, by Bill Hockey
- The sun is rising on large scale solar in NS By Shannon Lynch – Scotian Windfields
- Solar Shelter Manual: Bigger, Better & Nation Wide! by Shawna Henderson
- Carbon Footprint: Best Return
- Proposed House Energy Efficiency Regulations in Nova Scotia by Aaron Smith