2022 Impact Report
Together, we created a lot of positive impact in 2022. We facilitated new and lasting connections, empowered community champions and influenced decision-makers to implement efficient and integrated energy systems that best meet community needs and maximize local opportunities. Most importantly, we supported communities in Canada on their pathway to net-zero.
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Working Group participants from multiple sectors
Working Groups held virtually to collaborate, learn, and evaluate how to implement on-the-ground net-zero energy solutions
Workshops bringing together key sectors from across Canada to help support communities on their pathway to net-zero
Supporters from provincial, national and international organizations
of Working Group participants formed new connections and strengthened partnerships
The work Quest is doing is inspirational because of the incredible challenge to reduce our carbon footprint.
David C. Stewart, David C. Stewart & Associates Inc.
Projects, with 3 completed and 9 ongoing
local governments engaged in energy capacity building through QUEST Canada’s projects and services
of Working Group participants increased their knowledge, capacity and confidence
New online resources
Reports released in 2022
QUEST Canada mentions in the media
submissions to federal and provincial policymakers to influence policy development
national and regional external committees with QUEST Canada representation
Policy Influence in Action
QUEST Canada submitted comment on Canada’s 2030 Emission Reduction Plan.
Advocacy efforts focused on opportunities, barriers, benefits, and the importance of local perspectives.
QUEST Canada presented to the NB Standing Committee on Climate Change and Environmental Stewardship, on January 18, 2022, with recommendations for the renewal of New Brunswick’s Climate Change Plan “Transitioning to a Low-Carbon Economy”.
In spring 2022, QUEST Canada submitted a letter to the Ministry of Energy, Northern Development, and Mines with comments on Ontario’s long-term energy planning framework review.
In spring 2022, QUEST Canada submitted a letter to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change Canada, the Honourable Steven Guilbeault, with comment regarding the Clean Electricity Standard.
QUEST Canada submitted a comments matrix to the Alberta Energy Systems Operator (AESO) with inputs regarding its Net-Zero Emissions Pathways.
Prioritizing Communities and Driving Investment in the Canadian Green Building Strategy: An Open Letter to the Prime Minister
In fall 2022, QUEST Canada sent a letter to the Prime Minister of Canada, commenting on the necessity to prioritize communities and drive investment in the Canadian Green Building Strategy.
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sectors represented by QUEST Canada supporters
in the QUEST Canada network connected to our projects, working groups, events and communications
provinces represented by bilingual staff for nationwide engagement