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Preamble The federal government plans to introduce legislation – the Act to Amend the Sustainable Development Act – that will likely come into force in 2021 and will guide future Federal Sustainable Development Strategies, committing Canada to net-zero emissions by 2050. As this discussion unfolds in light of COVID-19, it is critical that the electricity […]
This report quantifies and discusses performance by the Canadian Electricity Association (CEA) members – on a range of metrics organized under five reporting pillars – for calendar 2018 and at least three preceding years. It describes CEA’s support for its members’ pursuit of sustainability and includes case studies illustrating specific member efforts to advance towards […]
The Board of Directors of the Canadian Electricity Association met in the Yukon from June 19 to 21, 2018. This was the first time in the association’s history that a Board meeting was convened in Canada’s North. CEA marked the occasion by hosting in partnership with two member companies that operate in the North, Yukon […]
Learn how CEA members are advancing sustainability. Because a clean energy future starts today.
CEA’s Beneficial Management Practice (BMP) Guide is purpose-built to encourage and facilitate important discussions about the electricity industry’s commitment to environmental performance and conservation as it specifically relates to minimizing its impact on migratory birds, their nests and eggs during activities associated with electricity projects. “Our members safely, reliably and securely deliver electricity to Canadian […]
Big data and analytics is a hot topic across all industries. Over 80% of organizations consider it to be a strategic priority, and for good reason. Companies that use analytics most effectively are five times more likely to make decisions faster than their competition, twice as much more likely to have top-quartile financial performance, and three times more likely to execute decisions as intended.
This short CEA paper aims to contribute to the discussion by exploring the electricity sector’s role in an evolving energy system and suggesting principles that ought to govern our collective action
The Canadian Electricity Association (CEA) today released its 2015 Sustainable Electricity™ Annual Report, titled “Delivering Value to Canadians”. The report highlights that CEA member companies achieved a 5.8 per cent reduction in GHG emissions in 2014, contributing to a significant 22 per cent reduction in carbon emissions over the last five years.
The Canadian Electricity Association’s (CEA) Corporate Utility Members work diligently to ensure that electricity is delivered to Canadians in a manner that protects the safety and well-being of their employees, contractors and the general public. Recognizing the inherent risks associated with the business of providing electricity to customers, the industry strives for excellence in health and safety by continually reducing risk factors to minimize and eliminate injuries.
In 2012, the initial report on Achieving Excellence in Health and Safety was released to showcase five-year trends in health and safety statistics at Canadian electrical utilities. The purpose of these reports is to describe the health and safety performance trends of CEA Corporate Utility Members (CEA members), and provide details on how the industry is moving towards improved performance in all areas. While the report was developed to document the health and safety efforts of utilities, the stories about innovation and partnerships are applicable to other industries searching for ways to revitalize their best practices.