Headlines from the clean energy transition

Read the latest on the shift to clean energy here in Canada and around the world.

Letter: How we define Canada's clean growth century

Letter: How we define Canada's clean growth century

The 150-year history of Confederation is but a speck of time compared to the lifespan of planet earth. Birthdays are a good time to look back, but an even better time to look forward. As Canadians,...

What is a clean fuel standard? Lessons from B.C.

What is a clean fuel standard? Lessons from B.C.

One of B.C.’s most effective climate policies is so affordable that most British Columbians don’t even realize it exists. What’s more, B.C. is the only province in Canada currently employing...

National clean fuel standard will have big impact

National clean fuel standard will have big impact

The federal government today announced it would be consulting with governments and Canadians to develop a national clean fuel standard. The policy would mandate a smaller carbon footprint for fossil...

Quitting coal will drive clean growth and cut pollution

Quitting coal will drive clean growth and cut pollution

OTTAWA — The Government of Canada announced today that it will accelerate investments in clean electricity by phasing out traditional coal-fired electricity by 2030, increasing the country’s...

Canada's 2050 low-carbon strategy hits the mark

Canada's 2050 low-carbon strategy hits the mark

Dan Woynillowicz, policy director at Clean Energy Canada, made the following comments on the release of Canada’s long-term low-carbon strategy. QUOTES “It’s great to see Canada among the...

Clean energy gets big boost with new federal commitment

Clean energy gets big boost with new federal commitment

Fall economic statement includes significant support for green infrastructure to accelerate Canada’s transition to clean power OTTAWA—Merran Smith, executive director at Clean Energy Canada,...

Making clean energy Canada's global brand

Making clean energy Canada’s global brand

When it comes to taking a pan-Canadian approach to climate action, a Chinese proverb says it all: “The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” The math is...