CEBC Member Newsletter February 2022

BC's plan to meet its emission reductions targets under the 2015 Paris Agreement is on a path to fail, according to an analysis from several energy experts, produced by several experts at the University of British Columbia's Clean Energy Research Centre (CERC) last month using...
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CEBC Member Newsletter November-December 2021

In a recent Business in Vancouver article, Clean Energy Canada Executive Director Merran Smith and special adviser Mark Zacharias emphasized that a radically retooled economic plan is required for BC to seize a first-mover advantage in the global economic transition. The article cites BC's well-educated, diverse workforce, access...
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CEBC Member Newsletter October 2021

On October 25, 2021 the province released its Roadmap to 2030 plan. The plan contains measures to close the emissions gap that remained from the announcement of CleanBC in 2018. The plan includes climate actions to achieve greenhouse gas emission reduction goals by 2030 and net zero emissions by...
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Invitation: Review TransLink’s Draft Transport 2050 Strategy

TransLink is leading the development of Transport 2050, Metro Vancouver's next 30-year transportation strategy. In 2019, during Phase 1, stakeholders shared values, concerns, priorities, and ideas for the future. Earlier this year, during Phase 2, Translink asked for input on goals and "three transformative actions"...
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CEBC Member Newsletter June 2021

Clean Energy BC is pleased to announce that, based on current advice from the BC Provincial Health Office and our hotel partner, we plan to host in-person Generate 2021, the BC First Nations Energy Summit and the Operators’ Workshop in late November...
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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... Read More
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