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CANSIA - Canadian Solar Industries Association

The Canadian Solar Industries Association is a national trade association that represents more than 650 solar energy companies throughout Canada. Since 1992, CanSIA has worked to develop a strong, efficient, ethical and professional Canadian solar energy industry with capacity to provide innovative solar energy solutions and to play a major role in the global transition to a sustainable, clean-energy future.



 

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150 Isabella Street, Suite 605
Ottawa, ON
K1S 1V7
Canada
Phone: (613) 736-9077
Fax: (613) 736-8938
Website: http://www.cansia.ca


 

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CanSIA maintains an updated list of federal and provincial incentives which relate to the deployment of solar energy in Canada. To find out more about solar incentives in your region please click on this link or visit our website at www.cansia.ca/government.asp


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A key aspect of growing the Canadian solar market is the development of a highly qualified and skilled workforce. To learn more information about the status of the current solar labour market and trends visit our Labour Force Market page.


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The Canadian Solar Industries Association was formed in 1978 to serve the interests of Canada's solar thermal industry, and was known as the CSIA. The Canadian Photovoltaic Industries Association (CPIA) was formed in 1989 to represent the interests of the new PV industry. Due to cutbacks of financial support from the federal government in the early 1990s the two associations, with common goals and utilizing the same energy source as the basis of their technologies, joined together in 1992 to promote the professional and practical use of solar technologies in Canada. CSIA merged with CPIA in 1992, and the Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA) has existed in this form since then.


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CanSIA offers both workshops and training courses for members of the solar industry. Please visit our education and training section of the website for more details. A number of other non-CanSIA courses and workshops are also listed there.


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