The Transition Accelerator is aimed at delivering major, scalable system transitions to harness social and economic disruption to build viable transition pathways to a net-zero future. Our work identifies and advances only those transitions that are compelling, capable, and credible.
Our current priorities are:
This report explores whether we should support the rapid introduction of autonomous vehicles in the hope that they will unlock changes in the mobility system that facilitate more low-carbon travel or be more cautious on the ground that they might make things worse.
The purpose of this report is to provide a simple tool to help those concerned with policy and
investment decisions to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions in Canada.
This report constitutes a description and analysis of the building sector, and in particular of C&I buildings in Quebec and in Canada.
This paper examines the experience of an earlier transition in land transport that saw the rapid adoption of the automobile.
Report: Building a Transition Pathway To A Vibrant Hydrogen Economy In The Alberta Industrial Heartland
Read the final report from Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Hydrogen Task Force.
The Northeast Electrification and Decarbonization Alliance (NEDA) is proposed as a collaborative process among stakeholders in the eight separately operated balancing areas making up the eastern Canadian and northeastern U.S. electrical system.
This report lists the different mobility services that exist in Quebec, in particular for car sharing, personal vehicle sharing and fleets of self-service cars.
This white paper was prepared by The Transition Accelerator to provide techno-economic and environmental details
Report: Survey of heavy-duty hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles and their fit for service in Canada
This report explores the fit of hydrogen fuel cell electric technology to meet the needs of the heavy-duty vehicle sector.
The Magdalen Islands project aims to significantly reduce the environmental impact on the Islands, in particular by modifying the way people get around.