Canadian entrepreneurs seek path to fossil-fuel-free future

December 2, 2015 at 11:05 am Leave a comment

Right now, politicians from around the globe are meeting in Paris to figure out the next steps in reducing climate change.

But a number of Canadian entrepreneurs have spent years sussing out technologies that may help us get to a future of cleaner power.

Venture capitalist Tom Rand, for example, is pouring tens of millions of dollars into the race to replace fossil fuels.

“By the end of this century, fossil fuels will be done,” says Rand.

“They’ll be outcompeted by technology-based energy systems. But we don’t have 100 years. We maybe have 20,” he says, before climate change causes massive and expensive damage.

Read the full article here on CBC News.

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Entry filed under: Business, Climate, Energy, Renewables.

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