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The Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) is the voice of Canada’s wind energy industry, actively promoting the responsible and sustainable growth of wind energy. A national non-profit association, CanWEA serves as Canada’s leading source of credible information on wind energy and its social, economic and environmental benefits. Join us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and join the conversation at windfacts.ca.
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An approach that will confirm the benefit of further developing the industry, according to the Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA)
Montréal, July 17, 2014 – The Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) is pleased by the Quebec government’s announcement today of the creation of a task force in the wind energy sector. (more…)
Ottawa, Ontario, June 15, 2014 – To mark the 6th Annual Global Wind Day on June 15th, the Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) is proud to launch a redesigned annual Power of Wind Contest. (more…)
Ottawa, Ontario – June 13, 2014 The Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) congratulates Ontario Premier Wynne on her re-election and stands ready to work to ensure that the wind energy industry plays an important part in ensuring Ontario is a North American leader in the generation of clean, affordable electricity, good-paying jobs and new economic opportunities for rural communities. (more…)
Ottawa, Ontario – June 4, 2014 – The recently-aired Sun News Network documentary Down Wind requires extensive fact checking and context clarification on its portrayal of wind energy. Documentaries have a well-earned reputation as sources of positive social influence; yet Down Wind chooses instead to try to sway viewers by ignoring overwhelming scientific evidence and global experience. (more…)
Ottawa, Ontario – May 13, 2014 – The Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) today urged the Ontario PC Party to reassess its energy policy platform, and to acknowledge that affordable energy for Ontario should include wind energy – a clean, renewable and cost-competitive source of electricity supply. (more…)
Time for BC Government to also look at lower cost, less impactful power supply options to Site C
VANCOUVER, British Columbia – May 9, 2014 – In responding to the release of the Joint Review Panel report, the Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) today commended the Panel’s exhaustive study of the environmental impacts of the proposed Site C hydroelectric project in northeast BC, as well as the Panel’s conclusion that critical information gaps on project costs and renewable energy alternatives preclude a firm recommendation on whether Site C is the best option for meeting future electricity needs. (more…)
Ottawa, Ontario – April 17, 2014 – The Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) is inviting visitors to explore its exciting new website. This website has been designed to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality throughout, allowing anyone with an interest in the wind energy sector in Canada to access detailed information and videos and to share that information across all major social networking platforms. (more…)
(MONTRÉAL – le 26 mars 2014) – La population a maintenant une nouvelle façon de participer au dialogue sur l’énergie éolienne grâce au lancement du site internet L‘éolien – Les faits. (more…)
Ottawa, Ontario – March 4, 2014 –The Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) is pleased that the Speech from the Throne delivered yesterday signals the Government of Alberta’s commitment to developing an Alternative and Renewable Energy Framework. (more…)
OTTAWA, Ontario – March 3, 2014 – Last week, Ontario’s Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) reported in its 18-month Outlook that the connection of new wind and other renewable energy is being achieved without any impact on the reliability of Ontario’s electricity system. (more…)