Clean energy industry accounts for three per cent of Canada’s GDP, says report


    The report comes from Clean Energy Canada, a non-profit think tank based out of B.C.’s Simon Fraser University, and Navius Research, a Vancouver-based firm that focuses on the quantitative analysis of energy markets. It found that the clean energy industry contributes more to Canada’s economy than agriculture and forestry or the hotel and restaurant industries, and employed almost 300,000 people across Canada in 2017. (CBC)

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