Capitalizing on Canadian innovation in a $3 trillion economy
What will it take for Canada to become a clean energy super power?
With more than 700 companies, the clean technology sector has emerged as a major driver of innovation and employment growth in Canada. As this industry grows to a projected $3 trillion by 2020, Canadian clean technology companies have the potential to increase their market share from today’s $9 billion to $60 billion. Yet Canada currently captures just one per cent of the $1 trillion global clean technology industry and places fifth in clean energy inventions, with its companies securing only two per cent of clean energy patents granted in the United States since 2002.
In Competing in Clean Energy we ask nearly two dozen clean energy entrepreneurs, executives, investors and academics about what Canada needs to do in order to compete in the global race for clean energy.
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Pembina Institute presents a dialogue with leading Canadian clean energy innovators about opportunities and barriers for Canada in the global transition to clean energy. Following a discussion of the findings of the report, Ed Whittingham, executive director, hosts a pannel discussion and open Q&A with the audience.