Energy can be polarizing. But for Innisfail, the Roadshow brought people together to discuss the challenges they are facing and their hopes for the future. In coming together, people were able to create solutions for the community’s future.
As the World Races to Lower Emissions, Budget 2023 Leans into Keeping Canada’s Energy Sector Competitive
Budget 2023 offered a much-needed response to legislation in both the US and Europe. In this blog we breakdown the what it means for Alberta and opportunities at hand.
The Grid Sandbox seeks to identify new ways for utilities and consumers to gather better data in a way that supports a clean, affordable and distributed electric energy system.
Canada can capture significant value along the entire electric vehicle supply chain. The Energy Futures Lab’s contribution to an emerging battery metals sector speaks to the power of collaboration and social innovation.
Youth perspectives in the energy transition are much needed, and can reinvigorate energy leaders. Hear about the 2022 Youth Innovation Jam event from a participant perspective and why it was so meaningful.
Working with what we have got: Why economic clusters are a useful frame for thinking about Alberta’s energy transition
How can Alberta’s economy continue to attract investment in a net-zero future?
Innovators. Entrepreneurial. Ambitious. This is how Albertans have long described themselves, a story often centred around our successful development of the oil sands, Alberta’s most consequential bet.
To carve out a successful path using policy, we try to imagine and understand what pitfalls and opportunities might be just over the horizon.
A just transition to net-zero won’t be easy and anyone who claims it will be is either kidding themselves or ignoring the complexities of this challenge. The truth is, net-zero by 2050 is a tall order.
How the federal and Alberta governments can support investment in low-carbon activities that build on Alberta’s strengths