Clean Energy Canada reports that the global market for clean energy technology and services was valued at C$790-billion in 2014, and is expected to reach $1.8-trillion by 2022. Germany, China, the U.S. and others are already reaping benefits. Canada’s 2014 share? A mere $7-billion—far below our G7 economy’s weight. Since 2005, we have dropped from 14th to 19th in clean-tech exports. Our share of this rapidly-growing pie is shrinking.
MONTREAL—In light of overwhelming scientific evidence and the recent COP21 agreements, green, clean tech is clearly the way forward — for our species and, therefore, our economy.
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