Five Years of Cumulative National Investment
24 billion invested since 2009
In the past five years, our clean energy capacity — the measure of how much clean power our plants could produce — has grown ninefold, and investment followed a similar path. Credit Ontario’s and Québec’s wind and solar efforts for the lion’s share of this accomplishment. Meanwhile, in British Columbia, run-of-river hydro might not be generating the most electrons in Canada, but it is by a wide margin generating the most jobs.
To read more about the clean energy’s national growth over the years, check out:
Tracking the Energy Revolution – 2014 Canada