Canada spent 15 per cent less on new clean energy development in 2015 than in the previous year, and future growth in this sector will depend largely on policies being developed. That’s according to Clean Energy Canada’s latest national assessment in the Tracking the Energy Revolution series.
A Pivotal Time for Clean Energy finds the slow-down in Canada’s clean energy sector is out of step with investment trends in other leading countries. However, at just over $10 billion CAD in clean energy spending, 2015 was still the second-best year for new clean energy development in Canada’s history.
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