Canada’s Changing Energy Landscape



Canada's Changing Energy Landscape

March 1st, 2016
Embassy of Canada to Japan


In continued support of the Canada-Japan Energy relationship, this year, in partnership with the Embassy of Canada to Japan, and the provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan will host a seminar and networking event focused on policy developments and commercial opportunities in traditional and renewable energy in Canada.

Canada is the world’s fifth-largest natural gas producer and it is a potential LNG supplier to Japan and Asia.  Canada is also an oil producer and has significant oil reserves.  Canada’s strengths lie in the fact that it is  it is well positioned to become a reliable and stable supplier, has a large resource potential and convenient market access to Japan across the Pacific basin.

With 65 % of total electricity generated in Canada coming from renewable sources, Canada has the third largest renewable energy capacity in the world and offers foreign investors opportunities across the entire value chain, from technology development and fuel supply to energy generation, storage and distribution. Renewables continue to account for an increasing share of Canadian electric capacity added each year, hydroelectricity being the largest source accounting for over 60% of electricity generation. Other renewable sources, such as biomass, wind, marine and solar, contribute to increasing Canada’s renewable energy generation—wind and solar energy are the fastest growing sources of electricity in Canada.

Canada's Department of Environment and Climate Change is developing a climate change framework and new policies to promote renewable energy by working closely with the the provincial governments. Alberta and British Columbia have introduced carbon pricing mechanisms, and a Cap and Trade system will link California, Ontario and Quebec. In late November 2015, Canada pledged $300 million a year in funding towards clean technology and innovation.

This seminar will open with a plenary session looking at Canada as a whole, followed by province-specific updates from Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec. Following the plenary, the conference will be divided into two simultaneous breakout sessions focusing on: Renewable Energy and Clean Technologies  including, solar and wind power, smart grid and eco-housing; and, Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies.

Event Details (TBC):

  • Date: March 01, 2016
  • Venue: Embassy of Canada, 7-3-38 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8503, Japan, MAP
  • Time: 14:00 – 19:00

The seminar consists of a plenary session including provincial updates, then two simultaneous breakout sessions with company and industry association presentations, followed by a networking reception. Draft program below.


  • Cost: Free of charge
  • Registration: Click here to register. Unregistered walk-ins will not be accommodated.
  • Registration deadline: February 25th, 2016
  • Notes:  1) Please kindly bring your photo ID with you which is required at the Embassy’s guard’s station for security purposes. 2) Parking is not available. 3) The organisers reserve the right to deny participation to registrants who do not have clear business links to the seminar content.

Program: Click here for the event program.

Who should attend?

Canadian and Japanese stakeholders who are involved in ongoing energy sector projects or in the process of investigating project feasibility in Canada.  Furthermore, this event will prove useful for Canadian or Japanese companies active in the energy sector seeking a technical alliance and/or equity partners.





総発電量の65%を再生可能な資源から 得ているカナダは、世界第3位の再生可能エネルギー生産能力を有し、技術開発や燃料供給からエネルギーの生成、貯蔵、供給まで、バリューチェーン全体にわたって外国の投資家にビジネスチャンスを提供しています。カナダの発電能力における再生可能エネルギーの割合は毎年増加を続け、最も比率が大きい水力発電は、総発電量の60%以上を占めています。バイオマス、風力、海洋、太陽光など、水力以外の再生可能資源も、カナダでの再生可能エネルギー生成の増加に寄与し、風力および太陽エネルギーの利用は、カナダで最も成長著しい発電方法となっています。




  • 開催日:2016年3月1日(火)
  • 会場:在日カナダ大使館(東京都港区赤坂  7-3-38)地図
  • 時間:14:00 – 19:00


  • 参加料:無料
  • 参加登録:お申込をご希望の方は、お手数ですが、こちらからお申込ください何卒宜しくお願い申し上げます。
  • 参登録締切り:2016年2月25日(木)
  • プログラムおよび発表者は変更される場合があります。
  • カナダ大使館への入館には、写真付き身分証のご提示が必要です。駐車場のご用意はありません。

プログラム(予定): プログラムをご覧になりたい方はこちらをクリックしてください。


本イベントは 、カナダにおけるエネルギー投資及びビジネスにご 関心のある日本企業、関係団体等を対象として開催されるものです。開催の主旨にそぐわないと思われる方には、ご参加をお断りする場合があります。

Event Details

March 1st, 2016
Registration Closed
14:00 to 19:00
Reception doors open at 13:40
7-3-38 Akasaka, Minato-ku Tokyo 107-8503, Japan
Free of charge

Event Registration

Registration is Closed
  • Registration: Click here to register. Unregistered walk-ins will not be accommodated.

  • Registration deadline: February 25th, 2016

  • Notes:  1) Please kindly bring your photo ID with you which is required at the Embassy’s guard’s station for security purposes. 2) Parking is not available. 3) The organisers reserve the right to deny participation to registrants who do not have clear business links to the seminar content.

  • 参加登録:お申込をご希望の方は、お手数ですがこちらからお申込ください。何卒宜しくお願い申し上げます。

  • 参登録締切り:2016年2月25日(木)

  • 注意:カナダ大使館への入館には、写真付き身分証のご提示が必要です。駐車場のご用意はありません。