No room for fossil fuels in Canada’s clean electricity regulations
Canada has an unprecedented opportunity to build an affordable, resilient, zero-emissions electricity system that plays a foundational role in delivering emissions reductions and benefits across sectors and communities.
Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault, pictured. It’s already been more than a year since Canada made the public commitment to achieve a zero-emissions electricity system by 2035. In the time since—and in the absence of clear regulations—various utilities and provincial governments seem to have ignored the federal government's stated commitment. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade