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Upgrading Your Home for Sustainable Energy Alternatives in 2017

Green living in British Columbia is more than just a passing fad: the B.C. Climate Leadership Plan outlines clear goals for reduced carbon emissions and a more sustainable future and applies to residential homeowners as well as corporations and industries. Whether your own personal desire to make your home more energy efficient stems from similar concerns about climate change, your family’s health, or simply reducing your monthly bills, going green just makes sense.

Kinder Morgan – Economic Boon or Boondoggle?

On May 2nd, 2017, a public debate took place at Vancouver Public Library on the question of whether Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Expansion Project (TMEP) would bring a net economic benefit to Canada, or would instead be a boondoggle – a useless waste of money.

Solar Power Questions - Learn from IPS

It's the goal of BCSEA Business Member IPS to help you understand the basics of solar power systems, so you may make informed and educated choices.

 

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Energy Connections 2017 - The Day It All Happened (Part 2)

This is Part Two of a two-part summary of Energy Connections 2017. Click here to read Part One!

Session 2 – Renewable Energy Success Stories

Energy Connections 2017 - The Day It All Happened (Part 1)

Energy Connections broke new ground this year, tackling the difficult but inspiring topic of community empowerment. People from across BC, heralding from various different backgrounds and industries, united under one roof for a day of information, inspiration and engaging dialogue.

Looking back on the event as a whole, it is difficult to envision a more appropriate keynote speaker to kick off this incredible day; a day marked by passionate and like-minded individuals learning from one another and engaging in the broad vision of sustainable energy.

A Visit to the Everyday Sustainable Energy Superheroes Exhibition

Thompson Rivers University student finds inspiration at the Superheroes Exhibition

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Have you ever wondered how to improve the present and the future in an incredible way? It sounds like a lot of work, but in fact it’s easier that you thought. As everyday citizens, we can really make a difference.

The BCSEA Kamloops Chapter has organized an inspiring exposition about the people in and around Kamloops, who have reduced their footprint substantially with the use of alternative energy.

BCUC denies low income electricity rates

The BC Public Interest Advocacy Centre is appealing a ruling of the BC utilities commission in late January that electricity rates designed to help low-income customers would be unlawful. The commission dismissed a major application by lawyers at BC PIAC for approval of a package of measures to assist the hundreds of thousands of BC men, women and children who are struggling to cope with the high and rising costs of electricity service from BC Hydro.

DEC joins BCSEA in the fight for a clean energy future in BC.

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The BC Sustainable Energy Association (BCSEA) is proud to welcome Decentralised Energy Canada (DEC) as a new member of the association.

Energy Connections 2017 - Closing the day with Session Four

A culmination of all of the day’s sessions, Session Four will take an inspiring spin on addressing the barriers that are limiting the potential of many small communities across BC. Beginning with a pragmatic approach to the reality of limited finances and collective will, our panel of esteemed speakers will demonstrate the current avenues and opportunities to bring about change in your community.