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Jul 17, 2018

Fulbright Scholar Award powers Adam Fremeth’s energy policy research

Associate Professor Adam Fremeth is Ivey’s first recipient of the Fulbright Canada Scholar Award, which will allow him to do energy policy research at Indiana University from January to May 2019.
May 30, 2018

Government moves to buy Trans Mountain

Ivey's Dennis McConaghy discusses the federal government's plan to spend $4.5 billion to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline project.
Feb 14, 2018

How Alberta can hurt B.C.’s anti-pipeline NDP with a painful electric shock

Jan Carr, a member of the Energy Centre's Advisory board, talks about Alberta's need to gain leverage in the pipeline war.
Feb 6, 2018

Comparing climates: A look at Canada’s energy sector

Is Canada globally competitive? The December 12 Idea Forum called “Keeping Canada’s energy sector globally competitive" looked at this question and more.
Dec 20, 2017

Richard Dicerni Appointed Chair of New Expert Panel to Review Ontario Energy Board

The province has established an expert review panel to modernize the Ontario Energy Board, led by Richard Dicerni, an Executive-in-Residence at Ivey and a former public service executive with significant energy sector expertise.
Dec 13, 2017

Gordon Lambert recently appointed to the board of the Alberta Energy Regulator

Gordon Lambert, Suncor Sustainability Executive in Residence at the Ivey School of Business, has recently been appointed to the board of the Alberta Energy Regulator.
Dec 12, 2017

Keeping Canada’s energy sector globally competitive

What is the outlook for the competitiveness of Canada’s energy sector in global markets? Canada’s economy depends significantly on the energy sector – electricity, oil, gas, and pipelines – and its ability to compete internationally both for investment capital as well as for export markets.
Dec 5, 2017

Public Policy Forum to honour Ivey’s Richard Dicerni

Richard Dicerni, an Executive-in-Residence at Ivey, is being honoured by Canada’s Public Policy Forum on April 12, 2018 for his contributions to public policy.
Dec 4, 2017

Explaining the high cost of cheap electricity

Canadians have been left paying for an expensive legacy system of power generation that produces more energy than the economy can consume.
Dec 1, 2017

Mobilizing forces

New research in progress from Professor Guy Holburn and Assistant Professor Davin Raiha looks at the power of mobilizing customers or other stakeholders, such as employees and suppliers, to become political advocates.