Some forecasts suggest Alberta will exceed its goal of 30 per cent renewable electricity by 2030, much of which is wind or solar. New projects like the solar farm in Edmonton’s river valley are contributing to the surge. (Photo: Amber Bracken / The Narwhal)
- Uncover how Alberta's transition from fossil fuel dependency could be accelerated by the federal government's massive investment in clean energy projects.
- Learn about the intriguing partnerships between corporate stakeholders and Indigenous communities—what are they building together for Alberta's energy future?
- Find out if this investment is more than just a drop in the bucket when it comes to reaching Canada's ambitious net-zero emission goals by 2035.
A comprehensive examination of Canada's federal government's $175 million investment in Alberta's clean energy projects, assessing its potential impact on job creation, emissions reduction, and Indigenous community involvement.