“When you are enthusiastic about what you do, you feel this positive energy. It's very simple.” - Paulo Coelho
Edmonton depends on fossil fuels; coal for electricity, natural gas for heating, and gasoline for transportation, but she has plans for alternate sources of energy to fuel her future.
The opportunity for value-added industries and significant economic spin-off activity based on the development of Alberta’s energy sector is the catalyst for this City of Edmonton industrial area.
Edmonton Energy and Technology Park is designed to take advantage of petrochemicals, manufacturing and transportation opportunities resulting from the vigorous Alberta economy.
The Edmonton Energy and Technology Park encourages eco-industrial development that can achieve environmentally sustainable industry within an environmentally sustainable community.
Appointed as the Minister of Energy on May 24, 2015, Margaret McCuaig-Boyd was elected as an Alberta MLA for the constituency of Dunvegan - Central Peace - Notley on May 5, 2015.
Ms. McCuaig-Boyd holds a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Alberta and a master's degree in administration and leadership from San Diego State University.
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