National Indigenous Peoples Day

June 21, 2021 is the 25th annual National Indigenous Peoples Day! Clean Energy BC works closely with numerous First Nations and Indigenous organizations, and we are happy to share resources for public education and engagement. Using the following linked text, we encourage you to learn more about National Indigenous Peoples Month and Day, the process of reconciliation, and various events

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Job Opportunities at Eco-Fish

We are excited that one of our members has added clean energy job opportunities! Ecofish are Leaders In Environmental Assessment and Monitoring Via Echofish Website As well as the chance to work across a broad range of services on a variety of interesting projects, we offer a supportive, equitable, and professional work environment, including opportunities to: work with some of

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First Nations Energy Summit November 12-13 2020

Clean Energy BC is excited to announce the First Nations Energy Summit taking place Thursday November 12th and Friday November 13th 2020. Due to COVID-19 this Summit will be taking place virtually. The event will offer interactive networking opportunities to meet and hear from First Nation leaders who are leading the way in the clean energy industry. This Summit is

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Renewable Technology Series Fall 2020 RSVP TODAY

Clean Energy BC is excited to announce our Renewable Technology Series line-up. The renewable energy industry is ever-evolving, register for these 5 sessions to learn from industry leaders on the latest technology advancements. Each session will take place at 9am PST via Zoom, the session will officially run for 1-hour. There will also be a virtual net-working opportunity for all

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Summary of Bill 17: Proposed Changes to Clean Energy Act

In June 2020, the NDP government proposed Bill 17 to amend the Clean Energy Act (2010). The clean energy industry, First Nations and several municipalities were particularly alarmed at the proposed amendment to remove the self-sufficiency requirement, which restricted the amount of power BC Hydro can purchase on the Mid-C spot market. This change would allow British Columbia to become

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2020 Clean Energy Student Scholarship Awarded to Erika Lieu

Clean Energy BC’s 30th AGM was held virtually on June 18th. Following Minister Ralston’s address to CEBC members, the 2020 Student Scholarship award was presented to Erika Lieu of Burnaby North Secondary School. Ecofish Research generously sponsored this scholarship — as leaders in environmental assessment and monitoring, Ecofish adjudicated this year’s scholarship submissions and we were thrilled that Tom Hicks, Senior Project Manager

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An Exceptional Opportunity to Hire Great Engineering Talent with UBC MEL

Now is an exceptional opportunity to hire great engineering talent. COVID-19 has undoubtedly impacted the way that businesses recruit, with many companies implementing a slowdown in hiring, or a complete hiring freeze during the pandemic. As the economy starts to pick up and restrictions are lifted, those same companies will be looking to hire the technical and leadership expertise that

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Clean Energy BC Welcomes New Executive Director, Laureen Whyte

April 30, 2020 – Vancouver, British Columbia For Immediate Release Clean Energy BC’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Laureen Whyte has been appointed the association’s new Executive Director. Ms. Whyte possesses over 25 years of experience in the natural resources sector with expertise in business, policy, regulation and capacity building for industry, government, and First Nations. “Laureen

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