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2017 Energy Policy Papers

The following ten papers are part of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute's 'Energy Series': a collection of focused essays by key experts on issues most prominent for Canadian energy. Stay tuned for upcoming releases of the remaining essays through Spring 2017.  

Big Projects, Big Politics, Big Policy:Strengthening Public Confidence in Energy Decision-Making in Canada
by Monica Gattinger
May, 2017

Canada and the Low Carbon Energy Revolution
by Michael Cleland
April, 2017

Can Canada Restore a Functional Regulatory Process for Major Infrastructure Projects?
by Dennis McConaghy
April, 2017

Energy as a Service: Going Beyond Energy Supply
by Normand Mousseau
May, 2017

How does Canada Respond to Stranded Asset Risk?
by Amy Meyers Jaffe
April, 2017   

More Hydro Power in Canada: Tapping Our Potential
by John Haffner and Jim Burpee
July, 2017

The Inescapability of Carbon Taxes for Canada
by Dennis McConaghy
April, 2017

Thoughts on Canada’s Carbon Tax Agenda
by Kenneth P. Green
May, 2017

Understanding the Shift in Energy Security
by Petra Dolata
April, 2017 

With the latest developments on the North American pipeline landscape, is Energy East necessary?
by Kelly Ogle
April, 2017


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