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City of Calgary Mayor's Innovation Challenge

Urban Stormwater Harvesting and Reuse

Stormwater is a readily accessible resource within urban centers from rainfall and run-off. Many countries (including Canada ) have designed and installed varied re-used for stormwater, but many are not currently implemented in Calgary. There are many opportunities for different levels of re-use in Calgary to reduce environmental impacts within the City. A number of these are listed below.                             ... more »

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The eCAT-COAT TECHNOLOGY-Novel Catalytic Application (CopyRight)

The "eCAT-COAT TECHNOLOGY" based on "eCatalyst Coating System Technology product" applications which have been developed a unique and novel maintenance method of all kind of liquid/fluid process that makes thin-film nanoelectronic integrated circuits applicable to our everyday activity process ranging from practical, industrial, agricultural and environmental problems can be solved and conventional ineffective and improper... more »

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Leverage Gartner Global Technology Insights and Best Practices

Technology-driven innovation changes how energy is sourced, delivered and consumed. Enmax has the opportunity to lead in transforming your organization into a digital utility. As digital change accelerates, you need help seeing around corners, avoiding pitfalls and learning from what others have done. By uncovering flaws in the wrong investments and pointing toward the right ones, you can build impactful, transformative... more »

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STARS, STEM, STEALTH, AND SHIELD

THE 4 S-MEN

STARS, STEM, STEALTH, & SHIELD

Rhea Building Logic has developed over a dozen novel innovations to affordably reduce the energy load of today's homes. Once the concept of a recycling home energy appliance was born the need for a building system that could take advantage of Rhea's capabilities was created. These are the 4 S men of the ReBeL system.

STARS: Solar Thermal-Air Roofing System

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Calgary's first Net Positive Water & Energy LBC 4.0 Building

Canadian Wilds Redevelopment at the Calgary Zoo

Calgary's first Net Positive Water & Net Positive Energy Living Building Challenge 4.0 Building

The Calgary Zoo is a globally recognized conservation charity that guides, innovates, and applies scientific solutions to restore some of the world's most endangered species. Locally and globally, we take action in the wild every day to yield powerful benefits for nature and... more »

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Translating information & data to solve building emissions.

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Just recently, our world was shaken by the Corona-Virus Pandemic. It was what we could call an emergency at a massive scale. It was a severe issue. It was an issue that affected us all in one way or another. But, one thing became evident to us at Pollen. We would monitor the numbers all over the place, the number of cases, cases per capita, deaths comparisons to other reasons in the world. The numbers were... more »

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Unlocking the potential for downtown Calgary rooftop PV solar

Who:

• Integral Group

What

• Installation of solar PV panels on mechanical penthouse

When

• Ongoing

Where

• Enmax network area, Calgary downtown core

Why

• An innovative approach to merge building envelope design and renewable energy generation. The metal panels originally planned for cladding the building's penthouse can be replaced with solar panels connected to the building distribution system. The panels... more »

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City Policy and Planning Through a Whole Systems Approach

This proposal approaches reducing emissions in Calgary in order to reach its target goals, through environmental policy and city planning using Poland and Dooris' (2010) article as a guide. The guide states that addressing climate change requires the following 6 principles:

• Adopt a 'whole system' approach: i.e., investigate the 'cyclical' nature of implementing policies

o e.g., When citizens choose to walk to work,... more »

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Reducing Calgary's Buildings Emissions

CleanO2 Carbon Capture Technologies, based in Calgary, is committed to eliminating carbon emissions from natural gas heating systems in buildings through novel technology and business solutions. We currently operate in several jurisdictions across North America, working with established gas utilities and other strategic partners in Japan, with plans to further expand internationally later this year.

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SMART HONEYCOMB SHEETS FOR PRODUCING ELECTRICITY THROUGH FOOTSTE

TITLE:  " Smart Honeycomb Sheets For Producing Electricity Through Footsteps"

Nowadays, people more often visit various shopping malls and prefer to spend most of their time there. Many countries have designed the generation of electricity using the energy produced by the people's walking. In Canada, there is no such project installed. The smart Honeycomb sheet is designed to generate electricity using the pressure of... more »

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Ciclo Technologies Inc.

Ciclo Techologies produce clean hydrogen through a self-sufficient cyclic technology at low cost and low-carbon emissions.

 

What is our proposed idea about?
Chemical Looping Reforming (CCLR) is a new proprietary process capable of producing hydrogen or syngas without external energy or combustion-related carbon emissions. This novel configuration considers a cyclic reduction of the metal oxide to carbide producing... more »

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City Policy and Planning through a Whole System Approach Edited

This proposal approaches reducing emissions in Calgary in order to reach its target goals, through environmental policy and city planning using Poland and Dooris' (2010) article as a guide. The guide states that addressing climate change requires the following 6 principles:

• Adopt a 'whole system' approach: i.e., investigate the 'cyclical' nature of implementing policies

o e.g., When citizens choose to walk to work,... more »

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Efficient, Innovative & Better Every Day

Dump the Olympics, save the province with renewable energy.

Calgary should instead of investing in an Olympic bid, and a potential Olympics that will cost this city billions of dollars, partially subsidize the construction of an electric car factory, solar panel factory and wind mill factory. If we do this, the rest of Canada can buy Canadian made electric vehicles, Canadian made solar panels and Canadian made wind mills. Renewable energy will take over the world and Alberta... more »

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Retrofitting garbage trucks to dual fuel hydrogen-diesel

Retrofitting existing fleets of garbage trucks' internal combustion engines (ICE) to use hydrogen and diesel as fuel. This will bring up to 40% reduction in CO2 emissions. Converting a fleet of 100 trucks to hydrogen dual-fuel deliver about 2600 tonnes less CO2, 40% less NOx, and save about one million liters of diesel per year.

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Urban Rooftop art that doubles as mini bladeless windturbines Edited

Rooftops in Calgary are often underutilized. We have seen from the success of places such as the City Centre Parking lot roof art part called High Park, that these spaces can be optimized for better uses. One opportunity to step this up is to add in artwork that also serves through energy creation. Cities around the world are starting to use mini bladeless wind turbines as functional, educational pieces to create beauty... more »

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