Contributed by energy economist Robert Lyman @ June 2016 In a previous post (Climate Change Targets for Canada: Examining the Consequences June 2015), I examined the history of climate change agreements prior to last December’s Conference of the Parties to the Climate Change Convention (COP 21) in Paris. I noted that previous agreements have included … Continue reading PROMISES, PROMISES
At a recent Calgary Knights of the Round Table event, Ron Davison, P. Eng. examined the claims of global warming against the available data. He finds glaring inconsistencies. Climate Change- Is the Science Settled? Click the link below to download power point with commentary: Climate Change - May-16 (1) Confirming many of the findings, Cambridge … Continue reading A Professional Engineer Examines Global Warming Data
CANGEA - the Canadian Geothermal Energy Association – has been making a concerted case for the development of direct utilization of geothermal in Alberta. They propose to use existing abandoned oil wells and repurpose them for geothermal electricity power production (at low temperatures) and as sites for geothermal heat exchange for local heating – such … Continue reading Geothermal for Alberta? A Case for Caution.