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Canadian Solar Industry Association (CanSIA):
From website: “A national, not-for-profit association, CanSIA works on behalf of its members to facilitate and promote the responsible and sustainable growth of solar energy across Canada. CanSIA provides education and networking opportunities for members, researches and develops renewable energy policy options for different levels of Canada’s government and implements a broad range of communications activities on solar energy.” CanSIA’s membership directory contains more than 600 members involved in solar from across Canada.
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National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL):
From website: “At the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), we focus on creative answers to today’s energy challenges. From fundamental science and energy analysis to validating new products for the commercial market, NREL researchers are dedicated to transforming the way the world uses energy.”
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Canadian Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology (CanMET):
From website: “CanmetENERGY is the Canadian leader in clean energy research and technology development. With over 450 scientists, engineers and technicians and more than 100 years of experience, we are Canada’s knowledge centre for scientific expertise on clean energy technologies”
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The Pembina Institute:
From website: “The Pembina Institute is a Canadian non-profit think tank that advances sustainable energy solutions through research, education, consulting and advocacy. We promote environmental, social and economic sustainability in the public interest by developing practical solutions for communities, individuals, governments and businesses. The Pembina Institute provides policy research leadership and education on climate change, energy issues, green economics, energy efficiency and conservation, renewable energy, and environmental governance.”
Ontario Solar Energy Association (OSEA) :
From website: “OSEA is a non-partisan, member-based non-profit dedicated to inspiring and enabling the people of Ontario to improve the environment, economy and their health by conserving and producing clean, renewable energy in their homes, businesses and communities.”