Understanding a fundamental shift that is already underway

While the Energy Transition is driven by new technologies, the pace of the transition will be influenced by consumer choices and government policies. Understanding the Energy Transition is key to making good choices and enacting sound policy, especially now that Canada is committed to decarbonization goals under the Paris Climate Accord. Get it right, and the Canadian and provincial economies can be stronger and more competitive in the low-carbon future. Get it wrong, and Canada can damage both its economy and its climate mitigation efforts.

Energy writer Markham Hislop takes Resource Works on a seven-part journey of understanding:

The Canadian Electrical System in Transition - Part 3

Thirty or 40 years ago, Canadians had one telecommunications option: landline telephones with a rotary dial, maybe push buttons on the most modern models. Then, telecommunications corporations re-engineered their networks to integrate...

Energy Transition at a glance - Part 1

Energy transition at a glance While the Energy Transition is driven by new technologies, the pace of the transition will be influenced by consumer choices and government policies. Understanding the Energy Transition...

Energy & Climate Solitudes - Part 2

While the Energy Transition is driven by new technologies, the pace of the transition will be influenced by consumer choices and government policies. Understanding the Energy Transition is key to making good...