The Indigenous Clean Energy (ICE) Social Enterprise
20/20 Catalysts Program
A first-of-its-kind capacity development initiative, the 20/20 Catalysts Program is delivered by Indigenous community and technical mentors experienced and knowledgeable in communities transitioning to clean and renewable energy. Research shows mentor-based learning is effective for personal and professional growth. The Program utilizes experiential clean energy learning including, energy efficiency and conservation, clean energy policy development, electric vehicle and clean energy infrastructure, advanced energy systems and large renewable energy projects.
The Program is designed to be flexible to accommodate each participant & community’s needs. The on-site intensive sessions cover the spectrum of clean energy, and the supplemental Learning-into-Practice activities between sessions are when Catalysts apply knowledge and skills gained to benefit their projects and communities. Throughout the program, Catalysts are supported by peers, mentors, ICE staff and through the ICE Network.
Director, 20/20 Catalysts Program
613-562-2005 x 230