About

The Toronto Clean Energy Partnership is a collaborative economic development initiative launched to support the growing clean energy sectors in Toronto and abroad.


Partners

The City of Toronto is working in partnership with ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Global Affairs Canada, the Province of Ontario, Toronto Global, Toronto Finance International and the Ontario Clean Technology Industry Association to develop the Toronto Clean Energy Partnership initiative. The goal of this initiative is to partner with large urban communities in Central and Eastern Europe to help transition them to low carbon heating solutions while creating trade opportunities for Toronto and Eastern European companies in zero carbon heating systems, building energy retrofits, infrastructure construction/modernization and pollution control.


City of Toronto

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Toronto is home to more than 2.9 million people whose diversity and experiences make this great city Canada’s leading economic engine and one of the world’s most diverse and livable cities. As the fourth largest city in North America, Toronto is a global leader in technology, finance, green, film, music, culture and innovation, and consistently places at the top of international rankings due to investments championed by its government, residents and businesses.

Toronto’s green sector is strong and growing rapidly as economic decision-makers realize that protecting the environment is also good for creating jobs and local wealth. As a founding member of the C40 cities network, the City of Toronto has committed to “demonstrate global climate leadership and inspire other cities to act in support of the Paris agreement.” The C40 is a group of 96 cities globally committed to taking action to climate change.


Toronto Finance International

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Toronto Finance International (TFI) is a public-private partnership between Canada’s three levels of government, the financial services sector and academia. TFI’s mission is to lead collective action that drives the competitiveness and growth of Toronto’s financial sector and establishes its prominence as a leading international financial centre.


Toronto Global

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Toronto Global is a not-for-profit investment attraction agency that supports the expansion of foreign-owned businesses to the Toronto Region representing the Cities of Toronto, Mississauga and Brampton, as well as the Regions of Durham, Halton and York.

Toronto Global works with the Governments of Ontario and Canada and municipal partners to offer complimentary and customized services to growing international companies. They assist companies by sharing market research and intelligence that informs their decision-making, and by facilitating local connections to support the establishment of operations in the region. Toronto Global actively promotes the competitive advantages of the Toronto Region as an ideal location for corporate expansion).


Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS)

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The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) helps Canadian companies succeed in international markets. With a presence in over 160 cities worldwide, the TCS is Canada’s most comprehensive network of international business professionals. We reduce the costs and risks of exporting by providing Canadian companies with on-the-ground market intelligence, access to unparalleled business networks, and we help firms tackle in-market problems. Our support helps Canadian companies make better, more timely, and cost-effective decisions.


Province of Ontario, Ministry of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade

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The Ministry is responsible for the economic growth and job creation in Ontario and helps business grow and scale up by delivering programs and services designed to increase the number of Ontario exporters and facilitate trade diversification to support economic growth.


Ontario Clean Technology Industry Association

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The voice of the clean technology industry in Ontario, the Ontario Clean Technology Industry Association (OCTIA) exists to promote, foster, and grow the clean technology sector. Without such a voice we, as an industry, risk not being heard or recognized as the economic engine we represent; creating jobs and wealth in a sustainable manner. Join OCTIA to ensure that your voice, as a member of this dynamic ecosystem, is heard.

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