OTTAWA, Feb. 4 /CNW Telbec/ - Today, the Canadian Electricity Association (CEA) launched its new domain name electricity.ca. Designed with the information needs of many audiences and stakeholder groups in mind, the site has portals that will assist customers, the media, policy makers and students and teachers find the information they are looking for with as few clicks as possible.
"CEA is committed to electricity.ca being the 'go to' site for all things related to electricity in Canada. We function as a central node for members of the electricity industry so it is only fitting that we should take on the role of central node for information about our industry", said Pierre Guimond, President and CEO of the Canadian Electricity Association.
electricity.ca (electricite.ca in French) features, with many more to come over the following weeks :
1) Dynamic electricity newsfeed - Updated early and often each day, this
real-time newsfeed is your best source for monitoring electricity
industry issues in the news
2) Electricity blog - Follow Pierre Guimond, Canadian Electricity
Association President and CEO, on his blog, hosted on our website and
linked to the energy community at theenergycollective.com
3) Quick Access to Industry Issues and Resources - If you're interested
in what makes the industry tick and where CEA is working to help
bring the electricity system of the future to all Canadians, this
site's for you
4) New Careers and Student and Teacher sections - including links to
jobs opportunities across Canada, and electricity curriculum
materials from a broad cross-section of industry, government and
5) Twitter - Follow @CDNelectricity from our home page
Canadian Electricity Association (CEA) members generate, transmit and distribute electrical energy to industrial, commercial, residential and institutional customers across Canada every day. From vertically integrated electric utilities, to power marketers, to the manufacturers and suppliers of materials, technology and services that keep the industry running smoothly -- all are represented by this national industry association.
SOURCE Canadian Electricity Association
For further information: For further information: Francis Bradley, Vice President, tel: (613) 230-5027, cel: (613) 218-6548, email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Louisa Hood, Director, Communications, tel: (613) 688-2954, cel: (613) 513-6990, email: email@example.com