The Canadian German Chamber promotes bilateral economic relations between Canada and Germany and is recognized as an official German Chamber of Commerce abroad by the Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce, Berlin. The Chamber is the primary contact for German and Canadian companies, organizations and individuals interested in market entry into the respective other country.
The Pembina Institute is working to solve today’s greatest energy challenges — reducing the harmful impacts of fossil fuels while supporting the transition to an energy system that is clean, safe and sustains a high quality of life. We provide our expertise to industry and government leaders, and we advocate for a strong, science-based approach to policy, regulation, environmental protection and energy development.
APPrO is a non-profit organization representing more than 100 companies involved in the generation of electricity in Ontario, including generators and suppliers of services, equipment and consulting services. APPrO members produce power from co-generation, hydro-electric, gas, coal, nuclear, wind energy, waste wood and other sources. APPrO focuses 100% on the business issues of power producers in Ontario.
Decentralised Energy Canada (DEC) is a national technology accelerator. Since 2002 we have served as Canada’s market access hub for the Decentralised Energy (DE) Industry. Our vision is a sustainable energy future where affordable, efficient and reliable DE technologies are deployed in community driven markets and enabled by progressive policies and legislation.
CanWEA, the Canadian Wind Energy Association, is the voice of Canada’s wind energy industry, actively promoting the responsible and sustainable growth of wind energy. A national non-profit association, CanWEA is Canada’s leading source of information on wind energy’s social, economic, health and environmental benefits for Canadian communities and provincial economies. Established in 1984, CanWEA represents the wind energy community — organizations and individuals who are directly involved in the development and application of wind energy technology, products and services.
The Solar Energy Society of Alberta (SESA) was formed in 1976 as the Northern Alberta Chapter of the Solar Energy Society of Canada Inc. (SESCI-NAC) to advance the awareness, understanding and use of solar energy as well as other renewable energy and conservation technologies. We are located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Our membership comes from many walks of life; from educators and engineers to solar installers and homeowners. The only real requirement is an interest in alternative ways of thinking about our energy use.