On November 9th, Humanergy Mobility Group (HUM), together with the City of Surrey launched the Cycle Your Light: Mumbai to Manilla (M2M) project. Today, the VIDEO for the press event is ready for viewing.
About the Event: The City of Surrey hosted a send-off event for a local cyclist and ambassador of clean energy. Janice Valdez is currently cycling through India to bring awareness to her cause and has committed to an inspiring journey in support of sustainability, healthy living and alternative clean energy transportation.
Humanergy Mobility Group, formerly Humanergy Coop, a new Electric Bike community for Metro Vancouver have partnered with iscleaner.com, the Swiss Business Hub Canada and the City of Surrey in support of Janice’s electric bicycle journey through South and Southeast Asia. Janice Valdez is a Canadian-born cyclist with roots in the Philippines and raised in British Columbia.
Check out the latest video from isCleaner. This one is about Torrefied wood and how this will change the way wood is being processed and marketed as an efficient and valid coal replacement. Would be great to hear what you think about the concept.
Watch speakers and delegates from the CanBio conference discuss Canada’s bioenergy future. If you weren’t able to attend this event, this is a must see segment.
You can also join the discussion online by registered for an account on the BC Bioenergy Forum here:
Get an overview of the WEC2010 conference in Montreal. isCleaner is on site, with a recording crew, capturing key moments at this event which only occurs every 3 years.
Watch the President and CEO of Suncor, Rick George, speak about the energy opportunity that the tar sands hold in Alberta:
This segment was recorded on September 14 2010 in Montreal; watch Gregory H. Boyce, Chairman and CEO of Peabody Energy talk about how coal is in fact the source best suited to meet growing energy needs in the coming decades.
In 2009, 950 megawatts of new capacity was installed in Canada. This afternoon’s announcement of $30 million and $34 million, goes towards 210 megawatts of power to the L’Anse-à-Valleau and Carleton wind farms, giving a big boost to the industry. The developments, located in Quebec, are already running and will receive a 1 ct/kWh support for the next 10 years. Wind is finally happening in Canada! See here for more details on the news release and here for the video:
World Energy Congress 2010 (WEC) 2010, Montreal:
Alstom is presenting its broad clean power solutions, one of the many exhibitors here at the show. They are talking about Hydropower, Tidal, Wind, Geothermal, Biomass and Concentrated Solar Power.
Alstom is responsible for approximately 25% of the total global hydropower capacity:
This concept for a bus allows passengers to ride above cars which can pass under the bus, reducing traffic congestion. Further, it is powered by solar and other carbon neutral technologies. This could work particularly well in geographies that have wider roads and electric power overhead, like Vancouver, BC.
This is not an iscleaner produced video.
Presentations on wave technology at the Vancouver Greentech Exchange July 28th 2010
Watch as leaders in the wave technology sector describe their most recent endeavors to service providers, entrepreneurs and academics in the renewable energy sector. Learn more about upcoming presentations at the Vancouver Greentech Exchange by visiting the events page on iscleaner.com.