Join us for an inside look at the latest clean energy data featured in our newest report A Pivotal Time for Clean Energy, part of our Tracking the Energy Revolution series, available at In this webinar, Clean Energy Canada and our guest panelists, Clare Demerse, Federal Policy Advisor with Clean Energy Canada, Tyler Hamilton,…

The Attractiveness Index – How to Make Canada the Destination for Renewable Energy Investment A shift in clean energy capital flow is forcing global markets to evolve and adapt—and those who don’t risk getting left behind. Ernst and Young’s recent Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (RECAI) report ranks Canada in 9th place, behind the U.S.,…

What are the 10 most significant investment, policy, technology, and societal trends and developments that both defined and propelled the worldwide shift to clean energy in 2014?  To find out, join a special edition of our Clean Energy Quarterly webinar series, featuring senior analyst Jeremy Moorhouse and communications director James Glave. They’ll walk participants through…

We’re bringing Austin-based renewable energy pioneer Michael J. Osborne to Calgary to help shed some light on how conservative, market-oriented, oil-and-gas focussed Texas emerged as a national renewable energy leader.

“It is possible to get off fossil fuels – we just need to make it happen.” That is Rob Baxter, President of the Society Promoting Environmental Conservation’s (SPEC) take on the significance of their latest partnership with Bullfrog Power, and Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC). SPEC made renewable energy history nine years ago, installing Vancouver’s first…

Canada Green Building Council CEO Thomas Mueller explains how the standard is transforming cities and communities, and what makes us so special, anyway?

We stopped by the sneak-preview VIP event for Vancouver’s new Tesla Motors store—Canada’s second. The company invited a couple dozen current vehicle owners to come by and check out the shop. Those we spoke with expressed no “buyer’s remorse” whatsoever.

Electric vehicles have emerged from the garages of gearheads and landed in the nation’s auto malls. Commercial and private fleets are particularly well positioned to take advantage of the switch, and in British Columbia the government has signed on to the Pacific Coast Action plan with the aim of 10 percent of all fleet vehicles being electric by 2016.

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