The Solar Timeline [Infographic]

Discover the history of solar power and how it has developed as a renewable energy source over the last 100 years. In this day and age, solar power is a renewable energy source that we may take for granted. Offering us power and electricity, solar power is the conversion of sunlight into energy. In theory, the use of sunlight to power … Read More

In the News: Marching for Change

Legend Power applauds the global effort to facilitate positive progress when it comes to climate change. It’s been a big weekend for the battle against climate change. With the UN Climate Summit set for September 23, 2014, hundreds of thousands of people gathered to form the largest climate march in history. Manhattan streets were flooded with over 300,000 peaceful marchers, carrying signs … Read More

The Phenomenon of ‘Bikelash’

Discover the meaning of ‘bikelash’ and why it’s not actually such a bad thing. It’s a fairly new phenomenon. A city takes up biking and launches efforts to enable biking as a form of valid transportation, only to have many members of said city begin to oppose the new bike initiatives. What’s even more recent is the term ‘bikelash’ and, due to … Read More

No More Coal Fired Power Plants for Ontario

Legend Power applauds Ontario’s step towards a cleaner environment. Although Ontario continues to struggle with energy rates, there have been a few victories for the province when it comes to the topic of power and electricity. At the end of last year, it was announced by Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne that a new legislation was to be introduced that would force … Read More

EPA to Regulate GHG Emissions

While everyone’s attention has been on Copenhagen, there is interesting action coming out of Washington. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is set to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. As per the EPA News Release (Dec 7, 2009), greenhouse gases threaten public health and the environment. The science of climate change overwhelmingly points to greenhouse gas emissions due to human activity as … Read More