Spread the Word
While opinion polls have consistently shown that wind energy
has broad public support in Canada, it is important to make
your voice heard when governments and utilities are developing
energy policies and when communities and municipal governments
are considering wind energy projects.
Saying “yes” to wind is a great way to help us
reduce the impact of greenhouse gases and move us into a cleaner
future. If you want to help spread the word about wind energy,
please click here
and CanWEA will provide you with regular updates and information
on how your voice can make a difference.
Create a positive impact by supporting
wind energy in Canada.
Support a local wind project
Contact your municipal government to see if a wind project
is proposed in your community.
Build your own small wind project
Want to power your home, small business or community with
Visit CanWEA’s small wind site: http://www.smallwindenergy.ca/
Make your land available to a developer
Do you have a good wind resource on your property? Want to
benefit from installing a wind farm on your land? Find the
answers to all this and more in our Land
Use Fact Sheet.
Choosing green, carbon-free power is an easy way to do your
part to help fight climate change and create a healthier environment
for future generations.
Green power is energy generated by low-impact renewable
or sustainable sources — resources that are replenished
naturally and with minimal harm to the environment. Generating
green power is cleaner than producing conventional energy
because it produces little or no air, ground or water pollution.
Green power sources include wind, solar, biomass (burning
plant materials and wood waste), and small-scale hydro-power
(including run-of-the-river). (Source: the Pembina Institute)
More homes and businesses are choosing to go green with Bullfrog
Power. Learn more today about how your home or business
can join the growing bullfrogpowered community.
the list of all Green Power programs currently available
for residential and commercial users in Canada. For more information,
Green Power Report.