The Ontario Energy Association (OEA) speaks with one voice to government and the public on behalf of Ontario’s energy sector. The OEA represents Ontario’s broad energy community and promotes the development of sound public policy. Whether in one-on-one conversations, group committees or our various events, by providing opportunities to explore and debate industry and policy issues, the OEA serves as a unique catalyst for sharing intelligence and building connections between individuals and groups. The OEA helps educate its members, government and the public to bring clarity and balance to the complex issues of the energy sector. In all energy matters, the OEA’s diverse membership gives it a unique capacity to provide a comprehensive body of perspectives and knowledge of the practical considerations affecting energy policy in Ontario. The OEA has more than 150 corporate members that represent the full diversity of the energy industry in Ontario – power producers, firms that transport, transmit and deliver natural gas and electricity, marketers and retailers, manufacturers, contractors, service providers, and energy consultants.