Get Involved

Do you share our vision of a sustainable, net-zero future, where communities are prosperous thanks to coordinated local action on energy and emissions? If so, learn more about how you can get involved, supporting our work to help communities on the pathway to net-zero. 

Become a Supporter

Becoming a QUEST Canada supporter is a mutually beneficial opportunity that goes beyond positive brand association. Each supporter enables QUEST Canada to help communities on the pathway to net-zero, while also receiving supporter benefits that deliver advocacy opportunities, improve profile and branding, invite knowledge exchange, encourage strategic input, and deliver cost savings for other QUEST offerings. 

Becoming a QUEST Canada supporter provides organizations, municipalities, and companies with access to the following benefits:

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Participate in the Executive Leaders’ Council with QUEST’s Executive Director, receive touch points from QUEST’s Executive Director, and attend QUEST’s Board of Directors’ Governance “Roadshow” to share your ideas and input.
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Access to exclusive advocacy groups that advocate for climate and energy governance structures that support local action and system integration, provincially and federally.
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Receive access to the use of QUEST Canada’s supporter logo with hyperlinked logo recognition on QUEST Canada’s website to strengthen positive brand promotion. 
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Access to exclusive working groups, public community of practice (CoP) meetings, and staff expertise, offering an array of knowledge transfer and learning opportunities. 
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Access early event sponsorship and speaking opportunities at a discounted rate.

*Initially, advocacy groups will be launched in Ontario and Alberta. As the program scales, so too will the advocacy groups.

**Initially, QUEST Canada’s energy roundtables will contribute to our presence in select regions without advocacy groups, bolstering QUEST Canada’s advocacy presence in these regions. As the program scales, so too will the roundtables.

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If you have any questions about joining the QUEST Canada Network, feel free to contact us at  [email protected]

Support a Program or Project

Interested in directly supporting a QUEST Canada program or project? Visit our resources webpage to learn more about our programs and projects or contact us today for more information. 

Discover Networking Opportunities

QUEST Canada’s Working Groups and Communities of Practice are a meeting place for governments, utilities & energy service providers, the buildings sector, the product and professional service sector, among others to collaborate, learn from one another, evaluate how to implement on the ground solutions.

Working Groups are exclusive to QUEST Canada supporters and Communities of Practice are open to QUEST’s entire network, free of charge.

Send an email to Norma Panetta at [email protected]

Low-Carbon Thermal Network Working Group

The Low-Carbon Thermal Network will enhance cooperation between QUEST Canada Supporters with an interest in low-carbon thermal energy by providing a forum for discussion and information exchange intended to help build a robust low-carbon thermal marketplace in Canada.

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Leaders Dialogue

The Smart Energy Leaders Dialogue is a forum for senior executives and decision-makers from the Canadian energy industry, government and related sectors to formulate common understanding and develop critical insight on how we use, move and produce energy in communities across Canada with a focus on the development of Smart Energy Communities.

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Distributed Energy Resources Working Group

Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) is a national working group with a regional focus on sources of energy that are connected at the community level to a distribution system. The working group has been established to engage and connect relevant industry stakeholders in discussions about how we influence positive change as our energy systems evolve.

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New Brunswick & Prince Edward Island Municipal Working Group

Launched in 2016, the NB-PEI Municipal Working Group is a resource for municipalities engaged in community energy planning, partnership-building, and smart energy projects to share their experiences, lessons learned and transfer knowledge about best practices. Participants are leaders in moving toward achieving provincial greenhouse gas emissions reduction goals and transitioning toward Smart Energy Communities.

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Ontario Community Energy and Climate (ON-CEC) Working Group

By implementing a community energy plan and using energy more efficiently, a community can keep more money in the local economy, generate opportunities for local energy projects and jobs and help manage risks from increasing energy prices and a changing climate. In Ontario, the number of communities implementing a community energy plan is growing each year.

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National Deep Retrofit Community of Practice

The National Deep Retrofit Community of Practice is made up of stakeholders interested in implementing deep retrofit strategies at the community level. Participants will meet five times a year. The goal is to create a community of practice for municipal staff interested in quickly and effectively implementing deep retrofits in their communities.

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Low Carbon Energy Innovation Community of Practice

The Community of Practice (CoP) provides a space for practitioners to share tips and best practices, ask questions of their colleagues, and receive peer-to-peer support on matters relating to low-carbon energy innovation. As a member of the CoP, participants will be able to learn from and share best practices with colleagues across Canada. Learn More

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