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The B.C. Clean Energy Jobs map highlights over 14,100 jobs from clean energy in B.C., and allows users to explore 156 renewable energy projects currently in operation or under construction.
Questions and answers on building an effective climate strategy for Alberta.
There’s a common misconception that increasing the supply of renewable energy to the electricity grid drives up power costs in Alberta.
In fact, clean energy is lowering Albertans’ electricity costs. As this fact sheet explains, both solar and wind energy are subsidizing our electricity rates in different ways. Understanding why that happens requires a closer look at how the electricity market works.
This report shows that putting conservation first, and supplementing it with a diversified portfolio of green energy sources, can be more cost-effective for Ontario than renewed investment in nuclear stations.
Documents formal complaints regarding wind energy made to the most likely authorities in Alberta to receive such complaints.