Our Next Webinar: “Tracking the Energy Revolution Global 2015”
Author — Clean Energy Canada Category — Carbon, Electricity, Transportation
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What are the 10 most significant investment, policy, technology, and societal trends and developments that both defined and propelled the worldwide shift to clean energy in 2014? 

To find out, join a special edition of our Clean Energy Quarterly webinar series, featuring senior analyst Jeremy Moorhouse and communications director James Glave. They’ll walk participants through our annual clean energy assessment Tracking the Energy Revolution – Global 2015. We’ll highlight the big trends, key markers, and also flag alternate perspectives and challenges. 

In departure from our usual interview format, we’re briefing our constituents on what we see as the most important shifts, with broad recommendations and priorities for Canada’s next federal government. We hope you can join us!

Date: Tuesday, July 14 at 10:00am Pacific / 1pm Eastern

Location: Your computer, tablet, or smartphone. REGISTER HERE

NOTE: For those tweeting along during the webinar, please use the hashtag #CEQ. Our Twitter handle is @cleanenergycan. Thank you!

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