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SDTC support in the Economic Action Plan 2013

Posted March 22, 2013 in Industry News

Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) today congratulated the Government of Canada on the additional $325 million over eight years committed in Budget 2013 for investment in Canadian cleantech companies. “The investment announced today will continue Canada’s leadership in commercializing innovative clean technologies, supporting a thriving part of Canada’s economy, a source of high-paying jobs and growth for Canadian companies and an important part of Canada’s future prosperity,”

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The Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) Selects Temporal Power Technology to Deliver Energy Services to the Ontario Electricity Grid

Posted January 3, 2013 in Industry News

The Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) has chosen Temporal Power flywheel technology to deliver energy services to the Ontario electricity grid. Working with NRStor Inc. and Ontario Power Generation, Temporal Power will provide its breakthrough flywheel electrical storage system to help maintain the reliability of Ontario’s power supply. Importantly, the technology will help facilitate renewable […]

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Temporal Power selected by Corporate Knights magazine as a Next 10 Emerging Cleantech Leader

Posted November 17, 2011 in Industry News

The Corporate Knights, the company for clean capitalism, unveiled the preeminent list of Canadian public and private cleantech companies, the 2011 Cleantech 10 and Next 10. Temporal Power was selected as a new member of the Next 10 as one of Canada’s most promising emerging cleantech companies.

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A New Spin On Energy Storage

Posted October 3, 2011 in Industry News

Jeff Veltri (Temporal Power co-founder) gives new meaning to the phrase “Break a leg!” A compressor mechanic in the late 1980s, Veltri, in his mid-twenties at the time was helping a friend cut down a tree when the ladder he was on lost balance. Instinctively, he threw the chainsaw he was holding in the air and decided to jump off, landing on his right leg and breaking it in four places. “It turned out the best thing that ever happened to me, besides meeting my wife,” he half-jokes, rolling up his pant leg to reveal a long surgical scar.

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