Canada could be a world leader in clean energy through innovation

Energy Minister Joe Oliver and Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Worldwide, the clean technology economy is worth $1-trillion, and is expected to grow to $3-trillion by 2020. Canada currently captures only one per cent of the global clean-tech market. Canada could become a world leader, increasing our clean-tech market share six-fold to $60-billion by 2020. Photograph coyrtesy of the PMO

By Green MP Bruce Hyer

PUBLISHED : Friday, Feb. 21, 2014 9:25 PM

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