NEWS RELEASE: Departure Of Jae Mather, Executive Director

NEWS RELEASE: Departure Of Jae Mather, Executive Director


Dear CEBC Members,

On behalf of the Board of Directors for the Clean Energy Association of BC, I wish to inform you that Jae Mather has departed as Executive Director.

The Board of Directors will be commencing a search for a new Executive Director in the coming weeks. The Board’s Executive will work closely with CEBC staff to keep key activities and initiatives progressing during this transition, especially our Spring Conference, AGM and Operations Workshop.

The Board thanks Jae for championing electrification in British Columbia and helping the Association make important strides towards the adoption of a low-carbon future in this Province. We wish him the very best in his future endeavours.

In light of the promising CleanBC climate strategy, CEBC is focused on the opportunities for collaboration with governments, First Nations and industry partners to support the Province’s clean energy objectives and the growth of our industry. Under new leadership, CEBC will not only strive for future growth opportunities, it will remain focused on supporting our operating members and the important work of the industry’s service providers.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact myself (604-907-0150;, or Vice-Chair Isabelle Deguise (778-887-8351;

Martin Mullany
Chairman, CEBC Board of Directors

For Immediate Release
March 7, 2019
Departure of Clean Energy BC Executive Director
Vancouver, BC – The Clean Energy Association of BC (CEBC) announces the departure of Jae Mather, Executive Director.  After more than a year of leadership and service, Jae will be moving on to new opportunities.

In thanking Mather, Board Chair Martin Mullany stated, “Jae was a champion for electrification of British Columbia. The release of our White Paper Electrification of British Columbia was a key summary of the future of this Province. Jae continued to advance a sector that has established itself as an integral part of the fabric of the new economy that British Columbia aspires to build – one that respects the environment and is part of the solution to combat climate change; one that harnesses private sector investment and delivers cost-effective, clean electricity; and one that enables economic development opportunities for First Nations and communities across the Province”.

CEBC wishes Jae all the best in his new endeavours.

The Clean Energy Association of BC represents 120 members who develop and operate reliable, responsible and affordable clean and renewable energy projects in cooperation with BC Hydro. A dozen First Nations are also members of the private-sector industry association.

Contact: Martin Mullany
Chairman, CEBC Board of Directors


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