Power Generation Information on Difficulties of Instituting the Proposed Wind-Hydro National Grid Network in “Acting on Climate Change”

Technical Generation Perspective In “Act on Climate Change” – a McGill Trottier report issued in spring of 2015, there was a proposal for a Canadian national wind-hydro grid and the authors claimed it could be implemented by 2035. Friends of Science Society asked the Alberta power generation experts for a discussion of whether or not … Continue reading Power Generation Information on Difficulties of Instituting the Proposed Wind-Hydro National Grid Network in “Acting on Climate Change”

Coal Supply/Demand and Projections

Contributed by Robert Lyman @ 2015 As the phase-out coal debate continues in Alberta, it may be useful to get some perspective on world coal resources and use. Coal Resources Coal is the most widely available fossil fuel energy resource. Further, it is widely distributed geographically, with coal resources available in almost every country in … Continue reading Coal Supply/Demand and Projections

What is the IPCC’s Credibility on Global Warming? A 2002 Kyoto Debate Retrospective

In 2002, Allan MacRae, P. Eng. was part of a published debate on the Kyoto Accord solicited by APEGA - the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta and it was published in their journal "The PEGG". In the debate, two member of Pembina Institute argued for the Kyoto Accord, claiming that the Intergovernmental … Continue reading What is the IPCC’s Credibility on Global Warming? A 2002 Kyoto Debate Retrospective