We conduct and commission original research and economic modeling to better understand how quickly technology is shifting the energy landscape and how policy decisions made—or not made—today will impact our competitiveness and quality of life tomorrow.

Like all of our materials, our reports are about as far from “dry” as you can get. We pride ourselves on making our materials accessible, colorful, and entertaining.

Every year, Clean Energy Canada takes a fresh look at the transition to clean energy, and every year it’s amazing how much has changed—and how quickly. This year is no exception. We identified five disruptive trends that are accelerating the global transition to clean energy. Just as social media upended communications, the transition to clean…

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The Government of Canada has made tackling climate change a policy priority, most prominently through its Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change. In September 2017, we convened a representative group of stakeholders and experts on the issue of low-carbon procurement at an in-person meeting in Toronto. This policy package has already been favourably…

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This submission contains comments and recommendations from Clean Energy Canada on Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Technical Paper on the Federal Carbon Pricing Backstop.

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The rapid growth of clean energy in countries around the world has garnered significant media attention, driven by record-breaking investment and deployment. Less discussed is the associated growth in demand for the metals and minerals used to manufacture clean energy technologies—and the opportunities and challenges this creates for mining companies and communities. This report explores…

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The First Ministers’ Meeting on climate change and clean growth, happening this week in Ottawa, is the next step in the process as provincial and territorial premiers work with Ottawa to develop a national climate strategy. The outcome we’re looking for is a credible plan to meet Canada’s 2030 emission reduction target. Any effective climate…

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This submission on Ontario’s Long-Term Energy Plan reflects Clean Energy Canada’s preliminary comments on Planning Ontario’s Energy Future: A Discussion Guide to Start the Conversation. The submission was provided to Ontario’s Ministry of Energy. From Clean Energy Canada’s perspective, effective energy system planning in Ontario requires a forward-thinking approach. The 2017 Long-Term Energy Plan must be the…

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In August 2016 the Government of British Columbia released its Climate Leadership Plan. That plan was announced as the first step in a series of actions B.C. would be taking to meet the province’s legislated 2050 emissions reduction target of 80% below 2007 levels. This report presents the method and results of an analysis that…

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In fall 2016, Clean Energy Canada commissioned Nanos Research to conduct a survey of Canadians’ opinions on energy and climate issues, including specific policies that Canada’s leaders could adopt to cut carbon pollution and the federal government’s role in implementing a national plan. This backgrounder presents the results for seven survey questions, along with the exact question…

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