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May 17, 2011 KINGSTON, ON -- GreenCentre Canada and the government of Ontario have joined forces to fuel “green growth” in Ontario’s chemistry-driven industries.

Sustainable energy experts from Queen’s University are leading a multi-partner project aimed at finding out how different weather conditions, including heavy snowfall, impact the effectiveness of solar panels.
 

KINGSTON, ON – An award-winning suite of technologies with the potential to address some of the world’s most intransigent pollution problems while also transforming the chemical industry has been exclusively licensed to GreenCentre Canada by Queen’s University’s PARTEQ Innovations.

Switchable Solution appoints CEO and embarks on commercialization

KINGSTON, ON – GreenCentre Canada announced today the founding of its first spinoff company, Switchable Solutions Inc.

As a newcomer to Kingston and Queen's University, the start of the school year and the enthusiastic dynamism associated with the arrival of new and returning students from around the world remind me what we value in our institutions and how they contribute to the life of our community. Kingston is home to three distinctive and widely recognized post-secondary institutions; we have every reason to be proud and should consider ourselves fortunate.

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