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Investing in Renewable Energy Cooperatively: Information Session


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Annual General Meeting

MARK YOUR CALENDARS for the AGM   Tuesday, January 20th, 2015 at 7pm. Environment Hamilton office. 22 Wilson St. Hamilton (in the Sonic Unyon Building). We are seeking new board members so please consider joining us. As always, we are

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Year in Review

We hope you are having a wonderful break. We are briefly interrupting your break to offer you a summary of HARE activities in 2014 and where we hope to go in 2015. HARE members have been publishing Op Eds in

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Get Involved! Join our Meetings.

You don’t need to wait until an AGM to come out to HARE meetings! The board invites all those interested to attend our meetings and have your say. What do you want to know about renewable energy? We want to know

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Your investment window is now open.

If you want to invest in solar energy, now is the time. Investors need to act by December 2013 to join in this opportunity. Last Tuesday (November 19th), members of HARE heard details of the 18 approved solar projects being

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Invitation to Hamilton Public Meeting for HARE & GECO Investment Presentation Nov 19 2013


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The MEC tour report!

Yesterday the Green Club Evening at MEC in Burlington was an exciting and informative experience.  We learned so much about MEC’s sustainable initiatives and the information here is just the tip of the iceberg.   Perhaps the most relevant aspect

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Collective bike ride to the MEC tour this Thursday!

As many HARE members know we are organizing a free tour of Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) this Thursday, July 25th from 7-9 pm.  You can find the details of the tour here!  Please, don’t forget to register for the event.

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Geothermal Energy in Iceland: a Travelogue

Within an hour of arriving at the Keflavik airport, I boarded a coach bus which transported myself and a handful of eager travellers to one of Iceland’s most popular attractions; the Blue Lagoon. Fed by the warm and mineral rich

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Mapping Climate Change Actions with McMaster University

The Hamilton Association for Renewable Energy and Environment Hamilton are working with the McMaster Centre for Climate Change in their new mapping efforts called LEARN-CC.  The organization is working toward creating maps to show the impacts of climate change and

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