Meet & Greet: Anemometers

Canadian meteorologist John Patterson developed the first 3-cup anemometer in 1926. Today, we celebrate the 3-cup anemometer’s 95th anniversary! This post marks the first of a multi-part Meet & Greet series on meteorological equipment available here at Energy Canvas. Today, we are excited to kick-start the series with the four main types of anemometers [...]

Meet & Greet: Anemometers2021-07-20T21:04:17+00:00

The Blinking 12:00 and Puerto Rico’s Renewable Energy Potential

Two days ago I arrived in San Juan, Puerto Rico. I'm here to attend the PRGrid conference with the intention of looking at ways Energy Canvas can grow into markets in the Caribbean. Arriving at the suite, I looked over at the oven to see what time it was and saw the dreaded 12:00 [...]

The Blinking 12:00 and Puerto Rico’s Renewable Energy Potential2018-05-09T23:41:01+00:00

New Website for Energy Canvas!

We are pleased to announce the launch of our brand new website, completely redesigned, redeveloped and full of up-to-date content, with more coming every day. We plan to keep our news feed current, our social media posts fresh and relevant, and keep adding more details about the services we offer. We want to provide as [...]

New Website for Energy Canvas!2016-04-19T00:39:36+00:00
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