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The energy decisions we make today will have significant economic and environmental implications for many years to come, below are the stories on how Canada’s energy roadmap is shaping the clean energy landscape.

Moni Kawtharani Job Title: Solar PV Technician, Crew Lead Company: SkyFire Energy Education/Credentials: First Year Electrical Apprentice (SAIT) Walk us through a day in the life of your job. What are some of your roles and responsibilities? I work on both rooftop solar installations and commercial projects. On a given day, my responsibilities include various…

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Position Location: Ottawa Date Posted: August 8, 2017 Deadline: Open until filled About This Job The Senior Policy Advisor (Federal) is responsible for: National and Federal policy development—engaging with the federal government (and supporting engagement with provincial governments as needed) on clean electricity, clean transportation and clean growth. Strategy—leading the development and execution of Clean…

Last month marked the completion of what’s likely the world’s largest floating solar power farm—on a flooded coal-mining town, no less. And I probably don’t need to tell you where it was built, but I will anyway. China, of course, with its monumental displays of spinning wind turbines and horizon-reaching fields of solar panels. But…

If the global clean energy transition were a music festival, China would be dominating the main stage. In the past five years alone, China has invested over half-a-trillion dollars in renewables. That clean energy building spree has propelled the country to superstar status—a remarkable feat considering that, until recently, China was easy to dismiss as…

For many Canadians, a clean energy job probably conjures up images of working in an engineering lab, manufacturing solar panels, or assembling a wind turbine. Sectors like mining are rarely top-of-mind in conversations about building a clean, low-carbon economy. But Canadian resource communities, companies and workers could soon find themselves at the forefront of the…

VANCOUVER—Canadian mines could help power the transition to clean energy, sparking new economic development in the process, a new report from Clean Energy Canada finds. Growth in clean energy is driving significant demand for the metals and mineral products used to manufacture technologies like solar panels, wind turbines, LED lighting and electric cars, creating an…

City of Vancouver and Clean Energy Canada unveil ‘Solar Now’ demonstration project VANCOUVER—This morning the City of Vancouver, Vancouver Park Board and Clean Energy Canada marked the summer solstice by launching Solar Now, a renewable energy demonstration project. Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson, Park Board Chair Michael Wiebe and Merran Smith from Clean Energy Canada, unveiled a new solar panel installation at…

Just in time for the summer solstice, Clean Energy Canada is excited to announce the launch of Solar Now at the Creekside Paddling Centre in Vancouver on June 20. It’s hard to miss the new rooftop solar panels mounted on boat sheds moored at the northeast end of False Creek. The paddling centre is visible from…

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