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Evergreen CityWorks features GreenBug Energy as a “Profile of Innovation” and recognizes GreenBug Energy as contributing to a greener economy.
GreenBug Energy joins other innovators who have been recognized by Evergreen CityWorks. These innovators range from green building and design to renewable energy and sustainable transportation.
Since 1991, Evergreen has been working to restore and enhance natural environments in our cities. Through inspiration, education and hands-on action, Evergreen CityWorks has engaged over one million Canadians in transforming schools and communities into thriving green spaces.
Evergreen CityWorks mobilizes today’s leading urban innovators, researchers and the public toward the vision of a green city and a healthier planet.
Episode 9 of the Ontario Agri-Food Technologies (OAFT) video series Game Changers in Agriculture profiles GreenBug Energy Inc.
Based near Delhi, Ontario, Canada this entrepreneurial company markets a micro hydro system that utilizes a modern version of the venerable Archimedes screw to generate hydro electric power. The system helps municipalities, conservation authorities and private landowners to exploit water flows on their property to generate cost effective electricity and is gaining interest internationally.
For Immediate Release Delhi, Ontario, June 22, 2012 – The Harper Government is investing in a pioneering project that could provide an alternative way to generate on-farm energy and reduce costs. The Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development, Regional Minister for …
For Immediate Release GreenBug Energy Inc. to Showcase Micro Hydro Archimedes Screw Technology at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, Sept 11-13, 2012. Everyone knows waterpower is affordable and reliable but they tend to think of it in terms of big projects similar to Niagara Falls. What …
Greenbug Energy, Inc. is featured as a local company that is going green in Norfolk Profile 2012.
“The return of the screw” Newspaper: Simcoe Reformer Date: Wednesday, February 22, 2012 By Monte Sonnenberg An ancient invention with high-tech twist will soon be producing renewable energy east of Waterford…