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Investing in the Global Energy Transition

The Edmonton Metropolitan Region is leading the way in clean energy technologies because of its strong innovation ecosystem, a history of industry collaboration and investment,  and a large pool of specialized talent. 
 
This study, commissioned by Delphi Group, Foresight Canada, and Cleantech Group, reveals the economic opportunity for Alberta in the global transition to net-zero and showcases the areas where we have a competitive advantage including hydrogen production and utilization, digitalization, ag-tech and agriculture, carbon capture utilization and storage, electrification and energy efficiency.
 
***The study was made possible thanks in part to funding from Prairies Economic Development Canada (PrairiesCan). 

Click below to view and download the documents from the study

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Edmonton Global.
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