Vincent is an energy policy analyst at the Pembina Institute, Canada’s leading clean energy think tank. His research and analysis have informed policy recommendations on Canada’s coal phase-out, Alberta’s electricity market, carbon pricing, diesel reduction in remote communities, and urban freight. He is also an analyst with the Business Renewables Centre Canada, a modern marketplace where corporations and institutions can learn how to buy renewable energy directly from developers. In 2019, he was nominated as one of Canada’s Top 30 Under 30 sustainability leaders by the magazine Corporate Knights. Vincent has a master’s in environmental technology from Imperial College London, England. Being passionate about energy-related issues, he specialized in energy policy and economics. Vincent speaks French and English. He joined the Pembina Institute in Calgary in 2017.


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Vincent Morales's Recent Publications

Moving Edmonton to efficient, low-carbon, urban freight delivery How to reduce “last-mile” vehicle emissions in the new online-to-doorstep economy

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Sept. 14, 2020 - By Janelle Lee, Vincent Morales

This report describes Edmonton’s urban freight situation and identifies ways that the City can achieve its long-term strategic goods-movement and climate change objectives by decarbonizing urban freight activity. Stakeholder interviews and a jurisdictional scan of best practices were conducted to understand key urban freight issues in Edmonton and to identify approaches taken by other jurisdictions to manage and decarbonize the goods-movement sector.

Clean Energy Opportunities for Alberta Municipalities

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Clean energy opportunities are a win for Alberta’s municipalities: they create jobs, attract investment and increase quality of life for residents.

Renewable energy — what you need to know FAQs

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Aug. 26, 2020 - By Vincent Morales, Binnu Jeyakumar

Alberta has some of the best renewable resources in Canada. There are significant opportunities to supply the majority of Alberta households and industries with reliable, cheap and clean electricity.

Diesel Reduction Progress in Remote Communities Research Summary

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July 6, 2020 - By Dave Lovekin, Jeremy Moorhouse, Vincent Morales, Ben Salek

This report collects and quantifies cumulative national diesel reduction progress from 2015-2020, outlining the progress made so far, and the opportunities to advance renewable energy and energy efficiency measures to reduce diesel use in Indigenous remote communities in Canada.

Renewable Energy Opportunities For Businesses and Municipalities in Alberta

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April 15, 2020 - By Binnu Jeyakumar, Vincent Morales

This short factsheet lists the renewable energy opportunities and financing possibilities for municipalities and small or medium enterprises in Alberta.

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