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This coalition of corporate, environmental and non-governmental organizations was created to accelerate the development of Canada's renewable energy industry. Members include:

Alta Energy
Atla Energy Corporation Inc. (Atla) is a renewable energy company committed to becoming a leader in run-of-river power generation. Currently, Atla is pursuing clusters of run-of-river hydroelectric projects throughout the province of British Columbia (B.C.), Canada. Atla is dedicated to working closely with all partners, stakeholders, local communities and First Nations groups to develop our run-of-river facilities. Our mission is to develop environmentally sound projects that are consistent with the Provincial Government and BC Hydro's energy and power objectives. Atla has the expertise and experience to be a leading run-of-river energy company based in British Columbia. Our team of leading water resource engineers, hydrologists and consultants has extensive experience in run of river energy development, project management, First Nations consultations, stakeholder consultations and government relations

The Cloudworks Limited Partnership
Cloudworks Energy Inc. is a private, Vancouver-based company - formed in 1999 - engaged in the development, ownership and operation of green, run-of-river energy projects. The principals and key consultants of Cloudworks are the same individuals who successfully developed green energy projects on Miller and Rutherford Creeks, located near Pemberton, British Columbia. The company includes a well-experienced management team with a long-term commitment to developing green energy projects with low environmental impact that are built and operated in a socially responsible manner in close consultation with local and First Nations communities.

ConocoPhillips Canada

ConocoPhillips Canada (CPC) is one of the country's largest oil and natural gas production and exploration companies. Headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, we are a top three producer of natural gas in the country, with a world-class portfolio including assets in western Canada, the Arctic, Atlantic Canada and oil sands interests near Fort McMurray, Alberta.
  • We explore for, develop and produce oil and natural gas across western Canada.
  • Near Fort McMurray in Alberta, we extract bitumen from oil sands at both operated and non-operated projects.
  • We have a strong position in the Arctic with future potential gas developments.
At CPC, we conduct our business with a focus on safety, the environment and stakeholder relationships. We develop our projects in a way that is intended to enhance the economic and social benefit to the communities while minimizing the environmental impact associated with development.


The Delphi Group
Delphi Group is a strategic consulting firm operating within the spheres of health and the environment, clean energy, climate change, environmental technologies and organizational sustainability.

Enbridge Inc.
Headquartered in Calgary, Enbridge is a leader in energy delivery in North America. We transport natural gas and crude oil to heat homes, power transportation systems, and provide fuel and feedstock for industries. We operate the world's longest oil and liquids pipeline system. We're also actively involved in renewable and alternative energy, as well as natural gas transmission, gas distribution, and international energy projects.

Fred Olsen Renewables

Fred. Olsen Renewables is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bonheur ASA and Ganger Rolf ASA, both listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange in Norway. Fred. Olsen Renewables is responsible for the group's renewable energy activities and Fred. Olsen Renewables Canada is responsible for these activities in Canada. The company's initial focus has been on wind power and our first investment was made back in 1996. Since then significant efforts have been made in developing greenfield wind farm projects which have resulted in several operating wind farms in Scotland including Crystal Rig, Rothes and Paul's Hill. Fred. Olsen Renewables also has activities in Norway, Sweden, Canada and the Republic of Ireland where a number of projects are currently under development. The overall strategy is to participate in projects from an early stage and, as such, the company is involved in site selection, planning and construction and aims to operate projects over their entire lifecycle.

Friends of the Earth
As a national voice for the environment, FOE Canada has worked closely with governments, industry and other stakeholders for a number of years on issues of environmental concern.

International Institute for Sustainable Development
The International Institute for Sustainable Development meets the challenge of sustainable development by advancing policy recommendations on international trade and investment, economic policy, climate change, measurement and indicators, and natural resource management to make development sustainable.

NaiKun Wind Development Inc

NaiKun Wind Energy Group Inc. is a Vancouver-based renewable energy company (TSX-V: NKW). Its subsidiary, NaiKun Wind Development Inc., is engaged in the development of an offshore wind project in Hecate Strait, off the northwest coast of British Columbia, Canada. NaiKun is preparing a bid into BC Hydro's Clean Power Call Request for Proposals for the first phase of its offshore wind energy project, which will provide more than 120,000 B.C. homes with clean electricity

Ontario Power Generation
The company's goal is to be a premier North American energy company, focused on low-cost power generation and wholesale energy sales, while operating in a safe, open and environmentally responsible manner.

Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development
The Pembina Institute is an independent, not-for-profit environmental policy research and education organization. The Institute undertakes consulting, communications, education, and policy activities in the areas of climate change, sustainable energy, improvement of conventional energy options, ecological-fiscal reform, environmental governance, and sustainability measurement.

Plutonic Power

Plutonic Power's vision is to provide leadership and create a legacy through the development of renewable, reliable, clean energy projects. Its proposed Green Power Corridor TM, comprised of 42 generation facilities (including the 2 facilities being constructed by Toba Montrose General Partnership), could have the capacity to meet the annual energy needs of about 660,000 homes and offset more than 4.4 million tons of CO2 emissions every year - the equivalent of taking more than 850,000 cars off the road. Build out of the Green Power Corridor TM, including the current construction of the $660 million, 196 megawatt East Toba River and Montrose Creek run-of-river hydroelectric project, could create approximately 6,500 person-years of employment. Plutonic Power is committed to working in partnership with First Nations, stakeholder groups and local communities in the development of all of its projects. By developing its suite of projects, Plutonic Power will help British Columbia realize its goal of becoming electricity self-sufficient by 2016 utilizing 90% clean domestic generation sources, will create employment opportunities and will play a significant role in the fight against climate change.

Pollution Probe
Pollution Probe is a Canadian environmental organization that defines environmental problems through research; promotes understanding through education; and, presses for practical solutions through advocacy.

Pristine Power
Pristine Power is a Canadian company that develops, owns and operates electrical generating facilities that produce clean and renewable energy. Our projects include conventional gas turbines, cogeneration, Energy Recovery Generation (ERGŪ), bioenergy and run-of-river hydroelectric operations. Pristine Power is an active participant in several working groups that are involved in the development of electricity focused environmental initiatives. Pristine Power approaches power generation with a principle that sustainable energy is achievable through the responsible management of the natural, social and economic environment.

Shell Canada Limited
Shell Canada is a supplier of petroleum products to Canadian markets. Shell Canada supports the scientific consensus that climate change is occurring and is probably the result of human activity, especially our use of fossil fuels. We support taking action on climate change.

Suncor Energy Inc.
Suncor Energy Inc. announced plans to invest up to $100 million by 2005 to develop a renewable energy business in early 2000. Since that announcement, Suncor has created a long-term strategic plan, reviewed more than 700 opportunities and established a team of professionals. In 2001, Suncor partnered with Enbridge to build a $20 million, 11 MW wind power project in Gull Lake, Sask. Additional partnerships and projects continue to develop.

StormFisher Biogas

Toronto Environmental Alliance
TEA's mandate is to promote a greener Toronto. Our vision of a healthy community is based on equity, access, safety and a clean environment.

Toronto Hydro
Toronto Hydro Corporation is committed to ensuring that the company conducts its business activities and operations in an environmentally responsible manner. Toronto Hydro Corporation recognizes and accepts responsibility to identify and address the environmental aspects and impacts associated with its mandate to distribute electricity to the City of Toronto.

TransAlta is a power generation and wholesale marketing company focused on creating long-term shareholder value. TransAlta maintains a low to moderate risk profile by operating a highly contracted portfolio of assets in Canada, the United States, and Australia. TransAlta's focus is to efficiently operate its diversified fleet of geo-thermal, wind, hydro, natural gas and coal-fired facilities in order to provide its customers with a reliable, low-cost source of power. For nearly 100 years, TransAlta has been a responsible operator and a proud contributor to the communities where it works and lives. TransAlta is recognized for its leadership on sustainability by the Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index, the FTSE4Good Index and the Jantzi Social Index.

Western GeoPower Corp.
Western GeoPower Corp. is dedicated to the development of its 100% owned South Meager Geothermal Project, held under a geothermal lease for the commercial generation of electricity. The project, located 170 km north of Vancouver, is in close proximity to Whistler, the location of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, and is the most advanced geothermal project in Canada. The Company currently is conducting a feasibility study to confirm the commercial viability of the South Meager Project to support an initial generation of 100 megawatts of electricity by 2007. The estimated development potential is 200 megawatts of electricity which is equivalent to the power consumption of 160,000 households.

World Wildlife Fund Canada
World Wildlife Fund Canada is one of the country's leading conservation organizations, enjoying the active support of more than 150,000 Canadians. As a member of the WWF global network, they are active in the fields of biological diversity, sustainable use of renewable natural resources and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.