MLA District 22 Summerside – South Drive
Mailing address: PO Box 2000, Charlottetown, PE C1A 7N8
Office address: 2nd Floor, Coles Building, 175 Richmond Street
Steve Howard is the founder and former president of Renewable Lifestyles Ltd., the leader in renewable energy installs in Atlantic Canada. He is also the founder and developer of Solar Island Electric Inc. a community driven investment business that has made PEI a leader in per capita community owned solar electric installs in the Canada, as well as founding member and past President of the Summerside Makerspace – a non-profit organization that encourages community based innovation and learning.
Steve studied Computer Engineering and Information Systems Technology at Holland College. For the last 15 years he has been at the forefront of the renewable energy industry and has been consulted by all levels of government with regards to the climate and/or the energy future of Summerside, PEI, and the Maritimes. He has been a strong voice for distributed renewables for the last decade with a focus on ensuring technology brings us all benefits not a few of us. Steve is interested in creating a resilient Island owned grid that facilitates the transition to a 100% renewable energy future.
Steve lives in Summerside with his wife Amber Shea, their three young sons, and daughter.
Steve was elected to the Legislative Assembly on April 23. 2019 for District 22, Summerside-South Drive and is the opposition critic for Fisheries and Communities.
- Fisheries and Communities
Statement on cancellation of meeting of Standing Committee on Education and Economic Growth to discuss back to school plan
Statement by Steve Howard, Official Opposition Critic for Education and Lifelong Learning, on cancellation of meeting of Standing Committee on Education and Economic Growth to discuss back to school plan The back to school plan that was announced just over three weeks...
Statement on King government’s inconsistency of guidance to protect Island’s vulnerable populations
Joint statement on King government’s inconsistency of guidance to protect Island’s vulnerable populations Late yesterday the King government announced increased measures to protect Islanders living in Long Term Care Homes. This is welcome news and very much needed....
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2nd Floor, Coles Building
175 Richmond Street, Charlottetown
Prince Edward Island, Canada