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Vancouver

Aline Correia

Aline Correia is studying International Trade in Vancouver. She graduated in International Relations in Brasilia - Brazil.

Rob Feeny

Recently returned from living and working in Central America, Rob works to build rapport between the Vancouver chapter of the BCSEA and the local business community. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Management from UBC focused on Sustainable Entrepreneurship and has extensive business experience in multiple fields and countries. He is pursuing studies in Renewable Energy Management while working as a consultant, project manager and professional jack-of-all-trades.

Vancouver Chapter's Pub Night

The BCSEA Vancouver Chapter held its second Pub Night event, on April 12th.

At 6:30 in the evening, people from many different careers and backgrounds gathered at the St Regis Bar and Grill for some great banter, good conversation and networking.

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B.C. businesses support a stronger carbon tax

More than 160 B.C. businesses have signed the following open letter calling on the B.C. government to commit to strengthening the province’s carbon tax as part of the Climate Leadership Plan, due out this spring.

Clean Energy through Communities with BC Hydro's Micro-SOP Program

Last month in downtown Vancouver, BC took a modest step toward what could expand into a significant community renewable energy program.

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BC Hydro unveiled what it calls its Micro- Standing Offer Program, or Micro-SOP to a room full of independent power developers, first nations representatives and energy policy people.

BCSEA's Climate Leadership Plan Recommendations

BCSEA's 5 recommendations for a strong Climate Leadership Plan
 

BCSEA's recommendations ensure a government that is committed to combatting climate change, one that revives B.C.'s status as a Climate Leader. We urge British Columbians to give their input. The Government has extended the deadline for public consultation until noon on April 8th.

Give the B.C. Government your input by clicking here.

 

BCSEA Vancouver makes merry at their first Pub Night!

BCSEA Vancouver Chapter brought together members, volunteers, the public and its steering committee for the first of its monthly pub nights!

With more people joining than at Green Drinks, the event allowed the Vancouver Chapter to meet and greet its members, volunteers and interested members of the public. There was conversation around the sustainable energy industry, but the majority of the night was spent getting to know one another, with a little bit of networking thrown in!

Join them next time for more excellent socializing, drinks and networking!

Fun with numbers: Shaking the fossil fuel addiction

There has been a lot in the news recently about the need to address climate change and reduce our carbon emissions, in BC, in Canada and around the world.

Electricity is in the air, and on the roads

Battery powered electric vehicles are a hot topic in British Columbia.