Subscribe urges auto industry to be part of the solution, not obstacle OTTAWA September 12, 2017  — Even though Canadians are eager to purchase electric vehicles (EVs), they don’t have anywhere near the variety, selection, or access to the non-polluting cars that Americans enjoy. That needs to change, argue five leading Canadian organizations that are…

First Ministers Meeting on climate December 2016

OTTAWA—Clean Energy Canada released the following statement in response to the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change released today: QUOTES “For the first time, governments across Canada are working together to hit a national climate target. That’s real progress. “It took leadership from the federal government and many of the premiers to get today’s…

At a summit in Quebec City today hosted by Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard, most of Canada’s provincial and territorial premiers signed a pledge to work to accelerate the transition to a lower-carbon economy and strengthen cooperation between provinces on greenhouse gas reductions, among other commitments. Today’s news of the Premiers’ pledge builds on a commitment made yesterday…

New Report Serves as Insider Handbook for Would-Be Climate Leaders As premiers from across Canada converge on Quebec City for a major climate summit, a new report lifts the lid on the policies, players, and politics of the province’s cap and trade carbon pricing system. Inside North America’s Largest Carbon Market: Top Lessons from the…

Electric cars are a great option for zipping around town, but it would take a prohibitive number of batteries to power a heavier-duty rig such as a long-haul transport truck. To keep these cargo haulers rolling far into the low-carbon future, we’re going to need renewable liquid fuels—and lots of them. Enter SÉMER, a state-of-the-art…

As Quebec’s thriving wind-power industry comes together for its annual conference, we asked longtime industry watcher Bernard Saulnier to give us a long-range forecast.

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