Whatever your investment or business goals are, you can achieve them in Alberta, Canada. Whether it’s leading the world in clean tech or developing sustainable food, let’s make it happen together.
Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada
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Alberta may be one of the world’s largest energy producers, but the new economy is fuelled by innovations across multiple key sectors.
A highly educated workforce, stable banking system and global connectivity have helped the province establish itself in emerging sectors like technology, financial services, tourism, aviation and logistics. Continued investment in the areas of energy and clean tech, petrochemicals and agriculture are ensuring that Alberta’s economy is as diverse as its landscapes.
Alberta’s economy is diversifying. A leader in energy, clean tech and agriculture, Alberta is capitalizing on growth across the technology, financial services, aviation and logistics, and tourism sectors.
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Aviation & Logistics
Meet global demands with Alberta’s world-class infrastructure
Energy & Cleantech
Power the world with Alberta’s expertise in energy and cleantech
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Alberta welcomes the world
Alberta is one of the best places to do business. With low tax rates, less red tape, and access to a talented workforce, in Alberta, you can make it happen.
Environmental, Social and Governance Leadership
Alberta is leader in environmental stewardship.
Alberta is one of the most affordable places to live in North America.
Alberta has the most business-friendly policies in Canada and a strong economy.
Alberta has two vibrant international cities, Calgary and Edmonton.
Alberta invests more per capita than any other province.
Alberta is internationally connected and export oriented.
Talent and Productivity
Alberta has a young, talented workforce and the highest labour productivity in Canada.
Alberta’s low tax rates leave companies with more to invest in people, research, and growth.
Alberta is home to incredible companies.
Alberta’s economy is diversifying. A leader in energy, clean tech, petrochemicals, and agriculture, Alberta is also capitalizing on growth across the technology, financial services, aviation and logistics and tourism sectors.
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A green view: $2.5B clean hydrogen investment coming to Alberta
When Northern Petrochemical Corporation was searching the globe for a home for its proposed $2.5 billion clean hydrogen complex, they found it in the Alberta Peace Region. On November 10, 2021, Northern Petrochemical President and CEO, Geoff Bury, signed a historic land purchase agreement in Grande Prairie with the Municipal District of Greenview for a…Read More
A new leaf: GoodLeaf chooses Alberta for new vertical farm operation
Alberta is adding GoodLeaf Farms to its growing list of innovative agri-food companies looking to grow Canadian operations and take advantage of Alberta’s welcoming business climate. GoodLeaf operates proprietary indoor vertical farming systems that use modern technologies to grow varieties of leafy greens year-round without pesticides or herbicides. The company’s new 74,000-square-foot indoor vertical farm…Read More
A prime example: Amazon Web Services makes high-impact $4.3B investment in Alberta tech
Alberta’s vibrant tech sector continues to see international investment—this time with a record $4.3 billion investment by 2037 from Amazon Web Services to build a new cloud computing hub in Calgary, announced November 8, 2021. Calgary—a city often known for its energy headquarters—has become home to billions in investment from tech innovators in recent years….Read More
Air Products Canada announces $1.3B hydrogen plant
In June 2021, Air Products Canada announced the construction of a $1.3-billion hydrogen plant in Alberta’s Industrial Heartland. The plant would produce hydrogen-fuelled electricity and liquid hydrogen for transportation, as soon as 2024.Read More
Amazon’s first Canadian renewable energy project coming to Alberta
Alberta will be home to Amazon’s first renewable energy project in Canada. The 80-megawatt solar farm will contribute over 195,000 megawatt-hours to the grid.Read More
Attabotics revolutionizes logistics with robotics
Listed as one of CNBC’s 50 top disruptors in 2020, Attabotics is revolutionizing supply chains and fulfillment centres. Its storage and retrieval systems integrate leading robotics, AI and Internet of Things (IOT) technology to solve complex problems. Attobotics recently raised a total of $82 million in Series C funding and received over $30 million in…Read More