The Ivey Energy Policy and Management Centre is hosting its 5th annual workshop on the Economics of Electricity Policy and Markets through a series of four webinars. The first panel, held on October 6th, discussed electrification scenarios and the opportunities and challenges ahead in being able to achieve Canada’s net zero goals by 2050. Speakers Normand Mousseau (Université de Montréal), Caroline Lee (Canadian Institute for Climate Choices) and Tyler Bryant (FortisBC) delivered thought-provoking presentations which led to an engaging Q&A with the audience. Read more here.
This report provides an assessment of the investment climate for Canada’s electricity, gas, oil, and pipeline industries, based on an extensive survey of senior energy sector executives conducted by the Ivey Energy Policy and Management Centre. The goal of the survey was to better understand what factors drive energy companies’ investment decisions and how Canada compares to other countries.
The 2015 Paris Agreement on Climate Change (PA) is the main international policy agreement that defines the global response to climate change. This Policy Brief examines whether, five+ years after the Paris Agreement was first negotiated, major economies are fulfilling their policy pledges.