Alberta’s Upcoming Election and Its Potential Impact On Energy Policy

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“The fact that the NDP and UCP have such divergent ideas on the future direction of Alberta’s energy policies is a catalyst for uncertainty,” reports Stephen Carter, President and Campaign Strategies Specialist at QED Marketing Inc.

In this week’s feature, we hear from top political strategists and advisors on the political landscape in Alberta building up to the 2019 election and its potential impact on energy policy.

“In Alberta, it’s crucial that the renewables industry work to establish itself as a job creator, and to prove that eventually, as the non-renewable resources wind down, investing in the renewable energy industry now could improve Alberta’s economy in the long term,” comments David Herle, Principal Partner at the Gandalf Group. “Normally you’d be fighting on price, in Alberta, you’re fighting on an economic impact and industrial policy.”

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