futures we want.
In a world of rapid change, The Transition Accelerator works with researchers, industry experts, government decision makers and civil society leaders to direct disruption to solve business and social challenges while building emissions reductions into the solutions.
The Transition Accelerator and Electric Mobility Canada are pleased to launch a new initiative aimed at building a robust, cross-Canada Zero ZEV industry supply chain.
Despite being one of the world’s lowest-cost hydrogen producers, a key competitive advantage, Canada is currently lagging in the global hydrogen race.
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
As Globe and Mail writer Adam Radwanski said in a recent column, “hydrogen is so hot right now.” He’s right.