Submission: Clean Electricity Regulations

On the path to net-zero emissions by 2050, Canada must increase its supply of electricity while ensuring that all electricity generation is non-emitting.

The Clean Electricity Regulations (CER)—if structured correctly—can be a critical regulatory tool to set the country on a path to achieving its ambitious goal of a net zero electricity grid by 2035.

Clean Energy Canada submitted feedback and a set of design recommendations to Environment and Climate change Canada’s (ECCC), on its publication of the Proposed Frame for the Clean Electricity Regulations.