Energy Exchange, a division of Pollution Probe, is dedicated to advancing energy literacy in Canada. It aspires to a future in which Canadians are united in their energy prosperity, rather than divided by their energy options.
Canadians are at a turning point when it comes to how we get from point A to point B, and energy is at the centre of this transition. The newest issue of Energy Exchange magazine explores how Canadians can make a different at home and on the road. Read the latest issue now!
Talk Energy Week – IT’s ON! From February 18-25, 2017, Energy Exchange is proud to be part of Canada’s national energy awareness week. Why a week devoted to energy awareness? Look around you – energy is everywhere! And how we make it, how we move it, and how we use it are questions that are critical to our economic, social and environmental well-being. The choices each one of us makes will affect our own lives, and those of future generations. The more informed our choices are, the better the outcomes.
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