As the focus on climate change-related issues continues to grow, environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) reporting has become a key tool for companies to communicate sustainability risks and opportunities… Read More
The energy transition to a low carbon future is well underway. Organizations across the globe are aggressively pursuing a multitude of opportunities and technology will play a crucial role in… Read More
This blog was prepared with the assistance of summer law student Scott MacKenzie.
Customers may end up paying less for electricity, but a recent decision from the Alberta Utilities Commission (“AUC”)… Read More
How U.S. Tariffs, Canadian Duties, and an International Withhold Order are Impacting Renewable Energy Developers
Canada’s exports of solar products to the U.S. have declined by nearly 82% since the U.S.… Read More
Provincial Plans, Electrification and Clean Energy as a Way Forward for Western Canada?
On March 25, 2021, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) released its decision in Reference re Greenhouse Gas… Read More
Authors: Carolyn Wilson, Chad Eggerman, Leigh Peters
In a ruling from the Hague District Court on May 26, 2021, the Court has ordered Royal Dutch Shell (“Shell”) to reduce its CO2 emissions by 45%… Read More
The 2021 Federal Budget announced much anticipated tax credits for carbon capture, utilization and storage projects (CCUS, often referred to as CCS).
The budget outlines the following key aspects of the… Read More
Authors: Chad Eggerman, Leigh Peters, Brady Chapman, Kevin Mehi
On April 19, 2021, the Government of Canada released its federal 2021 budget titled “A Recovery Plan for Jobs, Growth and Resilience”… Read More