Alex Paterson

Canada 2020 and Clean Energy Canada partner for event

February 11, 2014

Canada 2020 and Clean Energy Canada are pleased to announce their partnership to bring Ethan Zindler, Head of Policy Analysis for Bloomberg New Energy Finance, to Ottawa for a free, public talk about how Canada can compete in the global clean energy boom.

Right now, the global market for clean energy products and services is worth a staggering $1 trillion—a number that is expected to triple before the end of this decade. Today our country hosts a small but vital clean energy sector, but we are barely scratching the surface of our potential. 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 for growth? And how can policymakers support their efforts?

These questions will be explored by Ethan Zindler at a public event co-hosted by Clean Energy Canada and Canada 2020 on Thursday, March 6th 2014.

About Ethan Zindler

As head of policy analysis for Bloomberg New Energy Finance, Ethan Zindler is an internationally renowned clean energy authority. Zindler is responsible for tracking and reporting on the policies and innovations that are in turn driving the global adoption of renewables, biofuels, sustainable transportation, and energy efficiency. With offices in Europe, North and South America, Africa, and Asia, Bloomberg New Energy Finance is a leading provider of investment-grade research and information on clean and low-carbon energy.

About Clean Energy Canada

Clean Energy Canada is a solutions-focused initiative working to accelerate Canada’s transition to an energy-efficient, ecologically responsible, and prosperous low-carbon economy.

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