Decentralised Energy Canada (DEC) is a national industry association that helps build and maintain connections within the decentralised energy sector.
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Alberta Clean Technology Industry Alliance (ACTia) is the only province-wide and industry-focused group working to support Albertans developing clean technology.
Europe’s leading climate change communicators, bridging the gap between research and practice and helping to widen engagement across a broader spectrum of society.
Responsible for regulating the life cycle of oil, oil sands, natural gas, and coal projects in Alberta. As the single regulator for energy development in the province, they ensure that development is carried out in a manner that protects public safety and the environment, while ensuring that the regulatory system is as efficient as possible.
Alberta Energy’s mission is to assure sustained prosperity in the interests of Albertans through the stewardship of energy and mineral resource systems, responsible development and wise use of energy.
The ministry consists of the Department of Energy (DOE), the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER), the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC), the Alberta Petroleum Marketing Commission (APMC) and the Post-Closure Stewardship Fund.
EnerVision is an Alberta-based not-for-profit organization with a mandate to help the residential building sector build energy efficient, environmentally responsible homes.
The Eco-Solar Tour is an Alberta-based non-profit organization that organizes free open house style tours of homes and businesses that display practical and timely examples of sustainability including: renewable energy (solar, wind, and geothermal), energy security, energy efficiency, water efficiency, low emission technologies and natural landscaping. You can see how homes and businesses are reducing their utility bills while increasing the quality of our air.
Synergy Alberta is a provincial not-for-profit society that supports synergy groups. Synergy groups provide the opportunity for communities to have more meaningful, ongoing participation in decisions that directly affect them.
Synergy Alberta is truly unique because it is a local, made in Alberta solution. It embodies the principle of working together to resolve issues, lessen impacts and encourage the use of best practices in the areas of health, safety and the environment.
The Clean Air Strategic Alliance (CASA) was established in March 1994 as a new way to manage air quality in Alberta. CASA is a multi-stakeholder partnership. It is composed of representatives selected by industry, government and non-government organizations. Every partner is committed to a comprehensive air quality management system for Alberta.
CASA’s mandate is to
- implement the Comprehensive Air Quality Management System (CAMS) for Alberta,
- conduct strategic air quality planning for Alberta through shared responsibility and the use of a consensus-building, collaborative approach, and
- prioritize concerns with respect to air quality in Alberta, and develop specific actions or action plans and activities to resolve those concerns.
Responsibility for specific air quality planning is shared among stakeholders. Regulatory implementation, licensing, compliance, control and enforcement remain with existing government agencies.
Alberta Airsheds Council includes membership from all ten Airsheds in Alberta and was formed to represent the collective interests of this collaborative group.