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Published in District Energy: Project economic analysis: Making sense of the “alphabet soup”
Tom Phelps, Principal for Combined Heat & Power at Stantec, outlines commonly used analytical methods in the latest issue of District Energy
Published in METRO: 4 Factors to Consider For Zero-Emission Bus Fleet Transition
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World Cities Day: Here’s how we can build a better urban life for future generations
Our communities are facing unprecedented change, but we have the power to turn challenges into sustainability
Published in Mining Magazine: Mining Towards Renewable Energy
Stantec experts examine how pumped storage can be an ideal solution at mine sites
Community Futures: think globally, act locally has never mattered more
Community Futures speaks to the most significant trends influencing our cities, from climate change to digital innovation
How to bring clean energy to Indigenous and remote communities
It’s possible to utilize natural weather resources—and reduce the reliance on diesel—with a scalable, renewable power solution
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New Brunswick Power is providing power to 350,000 citizens in a creative and innovative, making them a partner of choice.
Published in Power: A Fine Couple They Are (Wind and Solar Power)
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Istanbul Waste Incineration Plant
Stantec is proudly involved as a consultant in the design phase of the construction of this state-of-the-art Energy from Waste power station being built by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality.
From Stantec ERA: The power of bringing hydropower and solar energy together
The combination of a hybrid solar and hydroelectric systems could provide new opportunities for sustainable power generation
Smarter utilities make for more resilient cities
Technology that allows utilities to better manage energy and water flow can help urban centres adapt to growth and climate change
From Stantec ERA: 5 reasons why oil companies are investing in solar energy
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Published in Hydro Review: Samoan Islands lead renewable energy efforts
Two small hydro projects constructed in Samoa have increased electricity supply and helped boost hydro capacity to meet the islands renewable energy goals
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