COVID-19 Resources for the Clean Energy Sector

The CEBC team is here to support you throughout this ever-changing situation. Please find a list of resources below* that you may find helpful during this time. Our staff will continue to work hard by advocating for our members, a low-carbon future, and electrification. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns.

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Budget 2020: Recommitting to CleanBC & Clean Energy BC’s Response

February 18th, 2020 Clean Energy BC Response to Budget 2020 Clean Energy BC is encouraged by the continued financial support for CleanBC to assist with the energy transition, electrification and climate action. The province is providing an additional $419 million over three years to support reaching the targets set out in CleanBC. This year’s budget increases support for electric vehicles

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New Environmental Assessment Act

Clean Energy BC has been very pleased with the open lines of communication with the Environmental Assessment Office throughout the Environmental Assessment Revitalization Process. There has been much open dialogue and we have felt that our industry’s concerns were heard and appreciated. One specific point we would like to highlight is the proposal to change Environmental Assessment Certificate fees to

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Extensive electrification & methane reductions in new report: “Canada’s Green LNG Advantage”

“Extensive electrification is a key solution to B.C.’s emissions dilemma, not just for the LNG sector but across the economy.” JWN Energy’s Daily Oil Bulletin and Evaluate Energy is producing a series of four reports in collaboration with the Canadian Society for Unconventional Resources (CSUR). Their second of four reports, Canada’s Green LNG Advantage: Extensive electrification offers critical low-emissions advantage in the global pursuit of

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“Refusal to renew small-hydro deals raises questions about B.C.’s future electricity needs” as featured in Alaska Highway News

BC Hydro sending mixed messages on power generation needs, says Martin Mullany, interim executive director for CEBC. Photo By CHUNG CHOW The BC Utilities Commission (BCUC) has rejected BC Hydro’s agreement to renew electricity purchase agreements with three independent power producers for 40 years, saying it may not be a good deal for ratepayers. The BCUC cites uncertainty over B.C.’s long-term energy needs, based on

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“Ecofish founder receives Clean Energy BC’s Lifetime Achievement Award” as featured in My Powell River Now

 Ecofish Research Ltd. founder and executive director, Adam Lewis. (Supplied by Ecofish Research Ltd.) The founder of a Courtenay-based environmental consulting firm is an award winner. Ecofish Research Ltd. executive director, Adam Lewis, received the Lifetime Achievement Award from Clean Energy BC (CEBC) at its Generate Conference. The conference was held last week at the Hyatt Regency in Vancouver. Clean Energy BC’s mission

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“Northwest BC hydroelectric facility honoured for operational excellence” as featured in the Interior News

Northwest BC hydroelectric facility honoured for operational excellence Tahltan Nation also receive a Finance Award for their purchase of a stake in the project A hydroelectric project in Northwest B.C. is the recipient of a 2019 Clean Energy BC (CEBC) award.The Forrest Kerr run-of-the-river facility owned by Axium Infrastructure, Manulife Financial, the Tahltan First Nation and AltaGas Canada is being

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Press Release: Clean Energy BC in Support of MOU to Electrify British Columbia’s Gas Industry

Bear Mountain Wind Park, developed by Clean Energy BC member Aeolis Wind, is one of the sites that falls into the voltage conversion project included in August 29 2019’s electrification announcement.  August 29 – Vancouver, BC For Immediate Release Clean Energy BC (CEBC) has been the voice of the clean energy sector for over 25 years. Our membership is comprised

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