Osmose –  www.osmose.com/ From a storefront on East Huron Street in Buffalo, New York with a single wood preservative patent, Osmose has emerged as a well-known and respected company; a leading service provider safeguarding North American utility infrastructure. Since our humble beginning in 1934, Osmose has continued to meet evolving customer needs through hard work […]

February 24, 2021 (Ottawa) Cross border electricity cooperation and trade has powered Canadian and U.S. economies and homes with reliable, resilient, secure and increasingly clean energy for over 100 years. This highly positive and mutually beneficial electricity partnership exemplifies how we all benefit when we work together. The integrated grid and electricity sector cooperation supports […]

CEA comments on report from Canadian Institute for Climate Choices February 8, 2021 (Ottawa) Today, Francis Bradley, President and CEO of the Canadian Electricity Association, made the following statement on the release of “Canada’s Net Zero Future” by the Canadian Institute of Climate Choices: “As noted in today’s report on Canada’s Net Zero Future, electricity […]

Aucto –  www.aucto.com Aucto provides utilities with an online asset recovery platform. A lot of surplus assets end up as scrap or gather dust in a warehouse. Your other option likely involves working with intermediaries such as auctioneers and brokers, but they take a significant slice (typically 40%) of any value realized. What’s worse, they […]

Ottawa (December 17, 2020) Today, the Canadian Electricity Association (CEA) is very pleased to share publicly that the Board of Directors have approved an Industry-wide collective commitment to accelerating Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (ED&I) in the electricity industry. CEA’s Board of Directors is aware that this is the first collective step in a long journey […]

“Hydrogen is central to reaching net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Hydrogen offers an opportunity to use Canada’s clean electricity advantage to decarbonize other sectors. Surplus electricity from non-emitting sources including wind, solar, nuclear or hydro, can produce carbon free hydrogen. Electricity companies have the capacity to safely deliver affordable hydrogen produced in Canada, for Canadians. This strategy sets us on the right path […]

December 11, 2020 (Ottawa) – In response to today’s announcement on the Federal Government’s Climate Plan, Francis Bradley, President and CEO of the Canadian Electricity Association, made the following statement: “Electricity will be central to Canada achieving net-zero carbon emissions. That’s why the electricity sector is pleased to see clean and affordable power at the […]

“We can see the end of the pandemic, but it’s not done yet. Today’s fall economic statement includes meaningful steps to support the electricity sector as it plans for a post-COVID-19 future. We look forward to continuing to work with government to identify how we can support a sustainable recovery for all Canadians.” Francis Bradley, […]

Ottawa (November 26, 2020) –Today, the Canadian Electricity Association (CEA) honours electricity companies and their business partners for demonstrating the innovation, leadership and transformative thinking that is critical for creating a sustainable electricity industry. On November 19, the Government outlined its plans to move forward with a Net Zero by 2050 framework. CEA’s ongoing sustainability […]