Useful Resources

List of applicable training programs sorted by province


 Energy Links

Association de l’industrie électrique du Québec (AIEQ)
Association québécoise pour la maîtrise de l’énergie
Association of Power Producers of Ontario                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Canadian Association for Renewable Energies
Canadian Energy Research Institute
Canadian Office of Energy Efficiency
Canadian Solar Industries Association
Canadian Wind Energy Association 
Centre for Energy
Clean Energy B.C 
Edison Electric Institute
Energy Council of Canada
International Energy Agency 
National Energy Board of Canada
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
New Energy Portal
Régie de l’énergie du Québec                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Rodan Energy
U.S. Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Network

Environment Links

Canada’s National Climate Change Process
Canadian Nature Federation
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency 
David Suzuki Foundation
Energy Manitoba
Environment Canada 
Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Friends of the Earth Canada
Geography and Environment Gateway
Government of Canada Climate Change Process
Greening Earth Society
Greenpeace Canada 
International Rivers Network
Manitoba Wildlands
North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation 
Pew Centre on Global Climate Change
Pollution Probe 
Sierra Club of Canada


Key Canadian Electricity Statistics

Canadian Economics Fact Sheet


100% Renewable Energy – Is it possible?

CanREA member Matthew McCarville from Eco-PEI has produced an excellent YouTube video “Powering Canada and the World Using Wind, Water and Sunlight” based on the research of Mark Jacobson at Stanford University.Jacobson’s  major study “A Plan for a Sustainable Future – How to get all of energy from solar, water and wind power by 2030” was published in 2009. It showed that there is more than enough renewable energy available globally to meet all of our energy needs. McCarville’s video describes the reneweable resources available in Atlantic Canada and accross North America, and shows how each resource could play significant role by the middle of this century

Aboriginal Power: Clean energy and the future of Canada’s First Peoples – MaRS Global Leadership

Chris Henderson, president of Lumos Energy, launches his new book, “Aboriginal Power.” He discusses the game-changing potential of aboriginal co-ownership of clean energy projects that will advance Canada’s relationship with indigenous communities toward a sustainable and prosperous future.