The CCRE has a clear focus on finding effective energy solutions for Canada and is advancing collaborative initiatives relating to energy sector governance and policy.
CCRE hosts Energy Leaders Roundtables in Ontario and in Western Canada. These invitation-only events bring together leaders in the energy sector for discussions on issues that are important for today and tomorrow. Sessions in each of the Roundtables offer brief presentations from thought leaders followed by open discussion and a candid exchange of views among the participants.
CCRE Commentary publications are authored by recognized experts and present fact-based, reasoned opinions and points of view about some of the challenging issues facing the energy sector. Typically focused on a single subject and shorter in length, they are also designed to engage a broader public audience to help advance a more complete understanding of available clean, reliable energy system options for the future.
CCRE publications are authored by recognized experts and present fact-based, reasoned opinions and points of view about some of the challenging issues facing the energy sector. Longer in length and delving more deeply into subjects than a CCRE Commentary, they are intended to advance a more complete understanding of available clean, reliable energy system options for the future. Reports engage readers by offering a more comprehensive discussion of complex and often interrelated energy sector issues.
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News coverage from CCRE events, publications, reports, and opinion pieces.
Read the opinion contributed to The Globe and Mail by the Hon. Brian Tobin, Vice Chair, BMO Financial Group and former Premier, Newfoundland and Labrador and federal Minister, and Aaron Engen, Vice Chair, Investment and Corporate Banking, BMO Capital Markets on “Why Canada needs a national energy strategy.”
Promoting open public dialogue, reasoned analysis, and a solutions-oriented approach to energy policy
National Energy Vision |
Reaching a Consensus
CCRE Commentary |
A National Energy Vision for Canada: A Principled Approach
Energy Leaders Roundtables |
Hockley Valley, Ontario
Penticton, British Columbia
NRCan SMR Action Plan |
Statement from the CCRE
Jurisdictional Review of Energy Regulation by Province and Territory
The Council for Clean & Reliable Energy (CCRE) is a federally incorporated non-profit organization that provides a platform for dialogue and analysis on subjects related to energy policy. The CCRE was formed by a group representing academia, public and private sector business leaders, and labour.
The Council understands the value of creating a broader and more inclusive public discourse. Over the last decade the Council has facilitated conferences, thought leader’s roundtables, distributed opinioned publications, and shared knowledge and expertise.