Collaborating on the development of a consensus on a National Energy Vision for Canada

National Energy Vision

Recent Energy Leaders Roundtable events with expert representation from across Canada revealed that the topic of a National Energy Vision for Canada continues to be top of mind.  Enhanced collaboration on infrastructure development, the economy, decarbonization and reaching our climate goals remains critical.  CCRE believes that there is an opportunity to create an inclusive and comprehensive process with a strong governance framework to reach a consensus on a National Energy Vision for Canada.

Over the coming year, we will be publishing a series of CCRE Commentaries that will underscore the need for a consensus, establish guiding principles for decision-making, and issue a call to action to move forward for the benefit of all Canadians. This initiative will culminate in a series of virtual events and a conference that will bring together diverse participation from business, policy, academia, labour, Indigenous, and government leaders.

Glen Wright, CCRE Chair and Karen Taylor, CCRE Vice Chair

A National Energy Vision for Canada: A Principled Approach

Media Release
Karen Taylor and Glen Wright
In “A National Energy Vision for Canada – A Principled Approach” author and independent energy consultant Karen Taylor describes the core principles required to shape the process to achieve a National Energy Vision for Canada. Taylor states that Canada’s management and use of energy is indelibly linked to our country’s climate framework as well as worldwide environmental concerns.

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Glen Wright, CCRE Chair and Karen Taylor, CCRE Vice Chair

A National Energy Vision for Canada: A Principled Approach

Media Release
Karen Taylor and Glen Wright
In “A National Energy Vision for Canada – A Principled Approach” author and independent energy consultant Karen Taylor describes the core principles required to shape the process to achieve a National Energy Vision for Canada. Taylor states that Canada’s management and use of energy is indelibly linked to our country’s climate framework as well as worldwide environmental concerns.

Read More »