Quebec is leading the country’s adoption of electric buses, a move that will improve air quality and lower greenhouse gas emissions that cause global heating.
At Aéro Montréal’s Annual General Meeting government officials announced financial contributions totalling over $47.45 million to support four mobilizing projects in the Quebec aerospace
With its "Plan for a Green Economy 2030", Quebec aims to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 37.5% by 2030, in comparison to the levels recorded in 1990.
On a bookshelf in his home near Montreal, Denis Geoffroy keeps a small vial of lithium iron phosphate, a slate gray powder known as LFP. He made the material nearly 20 years ago while helping the
As a robotic arm at a Montreal demonstration facility attempts to pick up a small box, it senses that it doesn’t have a good grip, puts the package down, adjusts and tries again.
The strength of a qualified and diversified talent pool is a powerful performance lever for the Canadian aerospace industry, which contributed more than $24 billion to GDP in 2021.
First Hydrogen Corp. is pleased to announce that it has selected the City of Shawinigan, Quebec, Canada to develop its first green hydrogen eco-system.
On Oct. 14, Ericsson Canada announced a strategic research program led by École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS), in partnership with Concordia University, Polytechnique Montréal
Quebec, more than any other province in Canada, has been ahead of the curve in working to join the EV economy.
Coca-Cola Canada Bottling Limited (Coke Canada Bottling) announced today that the company is launching an electric vehicle (EV) pilot program in the Greater Montreal Area.