Version 1 of 31 (2004-03-09 to 2005-02-10) was submitted prior to the Lobbying Act coming into force on July 2, 2008. Due to different information requirements at that time, the registration is presented in the following format.
Canadian Wind Energy Association / Association canadienne de l'énergie éolienne
# 750 - 130 SLATER STREET
OTTAWA, ON K1P 6E2
|Responsible officer name and position during the period of this registration:||ROBERT G HORNUNG, PRESIDENT|
|Description of the organization's activities:||CANWEA'S MISSION IS TO SUPPORT THE APPROPRIATE DEVELOPMENT OF WIND ENERGY IN CANADA AND OUR CURRENT OBJECTIVE IS TO ACHIEVE 10,000 MW OF INSTALLED WIND ENERGY CAPACITY IN CANADA BY 2010. OUR MEMBERS INCLUDE WIND TURBINE AND COMPONENT MANUFACTURERS, WIND PROJECT DEVELOPERS, WIND ENERGY CONSULTANTS AND SERVICE PROVIDERS, ALONG WITH OTHER CORPORATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS WITH A STRONG INTEREST IN SUPPORTING THE CANADIAN WIND ENERGY INDUSTRY. CANWEA PROVIDES THE FOLLOWING SERVICES FOR ITS MEMBERS:GOVERNMENT RELATIONS, MEMBER COMMUNICATION / INFORMATION SUPPORT, PUBLIC EDUCATION AND OUTREACH.|
|Organization's membership or classes of membership:||FOUR LEVELS OF CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP: LEADING EDGE, I, II AND IIISUSTAINING MEMBERS: NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONSINDIVIDUALS / ADVOCATESSTUDENTS|
|Was the organization funded in whole or in part by any domestic or foreign government institution in the last completed financial year?||Yes|
|End date of the organization's last completed financial year:||2003-12-31|
|Public offices held:||N/A. Disclosure of this information was not a requirement prior to June 20, 2005.|
|Federal departments or organizations which have been or will be communicated with during the course of the undertaking:||Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA), Environment Canada, Federal Environmental Assessment Review Office (FEARO), Federal Office of Regional Development – Quebec (FORD[Q]), Finance Canada (FIN), Industry Canada, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan), Privy Council Office (PCO), Public Works and Government Services Canada, Western Economic Diversification Canada (WD)|
Communication techniques that have been used or are expected to be used in the course of the undertaking:
||Grass-roots communication, Informal communications, Meetings, Presentations, Telephone calls, Written communications, whether in hard copy or electronic format|
|Subject Matter: Areas of Concern:||Energy, Environment, Industry, Regional Development, Science and Technology, Taxation and Finance|
|Subject Matter: Retrospective:||* SEEKING TO STRENGTHEN EXISTING GOVERNMENT POLICIES OF RELEVANCE TO THE WIND ENERGY INDUSTRY:- WIND POWER PRODUCTION INCENTIVE- FEDERAL GREEN POWER PROCUREMENT- WIND RESOURCE MAPPING- WIND ENERGY R+D- LARGE FINAL EMITTERS SYSTEMCONTRIBUTION AGREEMENTS ON COMMUNICATIONS / OUTREACH ACTIVITIES RELATED TO WIND ENERGY|
|Subject Matter: Prospective:||ALL OF THE ABOVE CONTINUE.ALSO, DEVELOPMENT OF A WIND ENERGY STRATEGY FOR CANADA AND THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF POLICY RESEARCH TO SUPPORT DTRATEGY DEVELOPMENT.|
This is the responsible officer name as provided in the most recent registration for the corporation or organization.
|Canadian Wind Energy Association/Association canadienne de l'énergie éolienne||2008-08-14||2020-06-30|
|Responsible Officer Name||From (YYYY-MM-DD)||To (YYYY-MM-DD)|
Registrants are required to submit a monthly communication report for each oral and arranged communication with a designated public office holder. The name of the most senior paid officer (i.e. the registrant) will appear on all in-house monthly communication reports, whether or not he/she participated in the communication.
Note: Monthly Communication Reports are due on the 15th day of each month for communications that took place in the previous month.
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