Convening Question

How do we use our leadership position to create the energy system the future requires of us?

Our Shared 2050 Vision

We anticipate that by 2050 the world has made major advances in transitioning to a sustainable, inclusive and prosperous global energy system, where production and consumption aligns with the scientific principles of sustainability.

In the energy system the future requires of us, we are thriving and committed to nurturing a sustainable, inclusive and prosperous energy system.

The EFL defines the energy system the future requires of us as a system that simultaneously:

  • Is net zero for carbon emissions for the production and consumption of energy in Alberta and Canada.
  • Enables quality of life for all people by meeting energy needs reliably and affordably. 
  • Is a leader in energy-based partnership towards reconciliation with Indigenous peoples in Canada.
  • Is inclusive, accessible, and equitable to current and future generations.
  • Enhances the health of our natural environment and the health of all those living within it.
  • Is a continued source of economic prosperity for the province and the country.
  • Supports diversity, resiliency, and adaptability.

To realize this vision, the EFL believes that today’s workers can thrive in a low emission economy if we support skill transfer and development, that new value can be found in our legacy energy assets and infrastructure and that energy transition presents an opportunity to create a more just and equitable society.

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