The green economy is an enormous opportunity for governments, communities and all sectors. Many are seeing the transition to a low-carbon, green growth agenda as the only way forward – a means to creating high-paying jobs, attracting investment, and boosting export opportunities.
In fact, the global market for green economy goods and services is estimated to be worth more than CAD $7 trillion.
Delphi is a leading expert in translating this opportunity into real, tangible strategies and actions that help you take advantage of it. Our green economy services align with our mission by helping to raise awareness of the triple-bottom line benefits and opportunities that arise from the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Simon Fraser University hired The Delphi Group during our process of creating a new and innovative sustainable engineering program. It was important for us to consider industry feedback and to look at provincial, as well as global, opportunities as we developed programming for this new breed of engineers. Based on their expertise, Delphi gathered feedback from those in the clean energy sector and from secondary research that proved to be valuable for us. We found them to be insightful, organized and excellent facilitators of our group discussionsUwe Glässer, Dean pro tem, Faculty of Applied Sciences, Simon Fraser University
Calgary Economic Development worked with The Delphi Group on a green energy economy study in 2016. We found their knowledge in this area to be extensive and they were really able to leverage that knowledge for our benefit. Delphi proved a pleasure to work with on all levels.Court Ellingson, Vice President of Research & Strategy, Calgary Economic Development
The City of Edmonton’s Economic and Environmental Sustainability Branch contracted the Delphi Group to deliver a green energy economy sector study in February 2018. Delphi’s professional approach to the project was exceptional and they were able to deliver the report on time and on budget meeting all the requirements of the contractDaniel Leckie, Senior Economic & Development Strategist, City of Edmonton