The Climate Leadership Plan will change Alberta’s electricity market in six major ways. This factsheet outlines the most important details of the province’s new electricty sector.
In this infographic, we compare what is in the climate plan to the policy options submitted by the Pembina Institute to the federal climate portal.
Alberta has a plan to grow the clean energy industry, with commitment to 30% of electricity generated by renewable sources and phasing out pollution from coal-fired generation by 2030.
The price for renewable energy has fallen since Ontario launched its new electricity program. Find out what else will make Alberta's renewables program different.
As signatories of this letter we are asking the Alberta government to legislate the 30 per cent by 2030 target for renewables required to transition Alberta’s electricity supply mix away from coal.
What Canada needs now is a race to the front of the pack on climate action. All provinces and territories can and should do more to reduce their emissions.
In Ontario, we can dream bigger about what a modern grid can do for operators, utilities, consumers and the environment.
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