Alberta’s New Energy Map showcases the variety of clean energy projects that contribute to the growth of Alberta’s economy by creating jobs and investment opportunities. The map highlights the multitude of new energy projects operating or under construction in Alberta from 2012 on. This is a living library. Its scope will expand as Albertans submit their own projects and continue to pursue new energy opportunities.
To learn more about how the map was produced, please visit www.newnrgeconomy.ca/map.
Please note the map is not intended to be an exhaustive list of new energy projects in Alberta. The Pembina Institute does not accept responsibility or liability for the accuracy, completeness, legality, or reliability of the information contained on this website, and expressly disclaims liability for errors, mistakes, and omissions in the content of this site. The map highlights clean energy projects owned, developed, or otherwise promoted by third parties. Inclusion of third party projects on this site is not to be taken as endorsement by the Pembina Institute of the third party or any products or services promoted, offered, or sold by the said party. The map also provides links to websites owned by third parties. The content of third party websites is not within our control and we do not take responsibility for the information or content on those websites. Links to third party websites are not to be taken as endorsement by the Pembina Institute of the third party site or any products or services promoted, offered, or sold on said site, nor that such sites are free from computer viruses or anything with destructive properties.
New energy: technologies that reduce energy consumption or produce energy from renewable resources such as wind, solar, hydro and biomass, among others.
Energy efficiency: projects that reduce the amount of energy used to provide a particular function, such as lighting, or provide more functions with the same amount of energy.
Bioenergy: projects that produce energy from organic biomass (e.g., liquid biofuels, landfill gas, wood pellets).
Transportation: programs such as public transit, active transport, and ride sharing that transport people and goods while reducing the number of kilometers travelled by conventional vehicles.
Education: programs that develop skills and expertise for the new energy economy.
Clean tech: innovative technologies that enable deep decarbonization by rethinking how we produce and use energy, enabling important functions like heating and electricity generation to be provided with significantly less energy use or negative environmental impacts.