The Energy division provides economic, environmental and social analyses related to the production, distribution and consumption of energy from conventional and renewable sources in the following sectors: transportation, power generation, municipal/institutional, agriculture and climate change.
The multidisciplinary services offered by the Energy Division include:
- Analysis of local, national and international energy markets and energy policies;
- Development of energy efficiency programs;
- Feasibility studies and cost-benefit analysis for energy projects and policies;
- Economic, environmental and social impact analysis of energy projects and policies;
- Assessment of the eligibility of energy projects for financial support from various programs, as well as guidance in the application process;
- Support in the public consultation process for new energy projects;
- Greenhouse gas inventories and emissions reduction plans;
- Evaluation of the eligibility of energy projects for carbon credits;
- Analysis of technical, financial, environmental and social barriers to new energy technology deployment and best practices to overcome these barriers.
The objective of this study is to establish a detailed inventory of greenhouse gases emissions in the municipality and to develop a reduction plan...> Learn more
Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Proposed Regulations to Require Renewable Fuels Content in Canadian Fuels
The purpose of this mandate is to carry out a cost-benefit analysis of the proposed federal regulations to require renewable content in Canadian fuels. The costs, including those related to infrastructure, biofuels, kerosene for...> Learn more
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