The Global Clean Energy Boom: Can Canada Compete?

March 6, 2014

Canada’s clean energy sector is small, but thriving.

That said, the sector is barely scratching the surface of a global market that is already worth a trillion dollars—a figure widely expected to triple by the end of this decade.

The clean energy boom is coming: will Canada be able to compete and cash-in?

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Thursday, March 6th 2014
The Westin Hotel Ottawa
4:30 to 6:00 PM

Key questions we’re asking:

  • What are the most promising opportunities—in Asia and elsewhere—for Canada in the global shift to clean energy?
  • How might entrepreneurs, investors, and businesses create new opportunities?
  • And how can policymakers support their efforts?Ethan+Zindler+National+Clean+Energy+Summit+0-4H1M_ZTojl

To answer these questions, Clean Energy Canada and Canada 2020 are pleased to welcome Mr. Ethan Zindler, the Washington, DC-based head of policy analysis at Bloomberg New Energy Finance.



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Ethan Zindler

Bloomberg New Energy Finance Bio

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