What Works? Identifying and scaling up successful innovations in Canadian energy regulatory decision making (survey results)

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Title: What Works? Identifying and scaling up successful innovations in Canadian energy regulatory decision making (survey results)
Authors: Larkin, Patricia
Date: 2020
Abstract: This survey reveals broad agreement that innovation in regulatory decision-making is needed, both in interactions between regulators and policymakers and in regulators’ public engagement. While most survey participants see the need for these types of innovations, fewer participants reported experiencing them in their work. According to survey participants from across Canada and those representing different stakeholders in energy regulation: • Evolving social and environmental goals are seen as a very important driver for innovation in energy regulatory decision-making in recent years. • The lack of shared understanding for respective roles and responsibilities of policymakers and regulators is seen as an important driver for innovation in the relationship between regulators and policymakers. • The need to address public trust and understanding in energy decision-making is seen as a key driver for innovation in regulators’ public engagement.
URL: https://www.uottawa.ca/positive-energy/content/what-works-identifying-and-scaling-successful-innovations-canadian-energy-regulatory
http://hdl.handle.net/10393/42490
CollectionInstitut de recherche sur la science, la société et la politique publique - Publications // Institute for Science, Society and Policy - Publications
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