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Tell BC Hydro what you think about Net Metering changes - Deadline April 2nd.

March 21, 2019
BC Hydro

Tell BC Hydro what you think about Net Metering changes — Deadline April 2nd

Hello members,

BC Hydro has an online survey to get stakeholders’ opinions about some specific changes to its Net Metering program:

 

Take Survey Now

 

Victoria Chapter 2018 News

 

Hello BCSEA members!

We welcome new Steering Committee members, September Smith, Yaqiong Wang and Scott Mellett. And we thank Eleri Davies, Jesse Fraser and Larissa Stendie, who are stepping down – our volunteers make it all happen!

Energy Connections 2018

A day of learning, engagement and inspiration on British Columbia’s clean transportation initiatives

On September 15th, 2018 over 120 individuals from industry, government, academics and the community at large, gathered at BCIT’s Burnaby Campus to discuss ways to clean up British Columbia’s largest polluter and greenhouse gas emitter, the transportation industry.

Upcoming Renewable Energy and Climate Action Events

December 19, 2017
Personal Communication
A snapshot by Ted Sheldon, Senior Clean Energy Advisor, Alternative Energy, Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources, BC

BCSEA is pleased to welcome guest contributor, Ted Sheldon, to the BCSEA blog! Ted is Senior Clean Energy Advisor, Alternative Energy, Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources, British Columbia. He has provided a snapshot of renewable energy events and resources in BC and outside BC and has graciously agreed to share his snapshot with BCSEA. Enjoy Part 1 of 2 installations, upcoming events:

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.

Site C Hydro Electric Project BC Utilities Commission Review

Letter to Party Leaders John Horgan and Andrew Weaver

Dear Mr. Horgan and Dr. Weaver,

The BC Sustainable Energy Association (BCSEA) heartily applauds your parties’ decision to refer the Site C hydro electric project to the BC Utilities Commission (BCUC) for review. 

Fortis BC Community Solar Pilot Project

Solar For All?

Can you join the solar energy revolution if you don’t have your own sun-exposed roof? Can you dip in, without having to spend big bucks for a complete system?

The Fortis electric utility in south-central BC wants its customers to be able to say “yes” to both questions.

Fortis is proposing a Community Solar Pilot Project that is now before the BC Utilities Commission for approval. The physical part of the project is a 720 panel, 240 kilowatt solar PV generating facility at the Ellison substation in the north end of Kelowna, estimated to cost $961,000.

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.