Renewable Energy Websites

Canada’s Clean Energy Portal
In 2003, Canada's Clean Energy Portal was established. Since that time the portal has become an internationally renowned site for clean energy technology information exchange.
Natural Resources Canada: Energy Sector – Renewable Energy:
At this website, you will find current research and investment initiatives supporting Canada's commitment to increase its supply of clean, renewable energy.
Natural Resources Canada: CanmetENERGY – Renewables:
This site contains many links and documents related to Government of Canada research and development in the areas associated with renewable energy, which replace the former Website of the Canadian Renewable Energy Network, which is no longer available.
Government Sites—Provincial
Nova Scotia Department of Energy:
This is the website for the Nova Scotia Department of Energy. Links are available to many issues concerning energy use in Nova Scotia.
New Brunswick Energy:
This is the website for the New Brunswick Department of Energy. Links are available to many issues concerning energy use in New Brunswick.
PEI Department of Environment, Energy, and Forestry:
This site has links to information for businesses and consumers. Choose the menu for Energy, and browse the links provided.
Ontario’s Renewable Energy Initiative:
Part of the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, this site addresses renewable energy issues for the province.
Alberta Energy:
This is the website for the Alberta Ministry of Energy. Links are available to many issues concerning energy use in Alberta.
British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources: Electricity and Alternative Energy Division
The Electricity and Alternative Energy Division provides information about electricity, alternative energy and energy efficiency sectors for British Columbians.
Non-Government Sites
Re-Energy Canada: is a free renewable energy project kit that can be downloaded and printed from the internet. explores energy sources such as wind, water, solar, biomass, and more. Construction plans for building working models such as a wind turbine, a biogas generator, and a solar car are provided. Educator materials include background information, hands-on learning activities, resources, and links for renewable energy and sustainable energy technologies. Green, Renewable Energy
This site is an introduction to sustainable energy in Canada and the world. Links provide many ideas for things that can be done by all Canadians.
The Pembina Institute: Sustainable Energy Solutions
The Pembina Institute is a Canadian group that focuses on the transition towards sustainable energy production and consumption, and is working to catalyze this transition.
Centre for Energy
As concerns about the environment and economy increase, so too does the need for balanced and credible information about energy in Canada. The Canadian Centre for Energy Information was created to meet that need. It is a not-for-profit organization.
Canadian Wind Energy Association
The Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) is a non-profit trade association that promotes the appropriate development and application of all aspects of wind energy in Canada, including the creation of a suitable policy environment.