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Sustainable Energy

2019 Federal Election - Greater Victoria Area

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For the 2019 Federal Election, we are asking all the Greater Victoria Area candidates for their answers to these questions.

We will be adding answers for all who reply here (click on the candidate for their replies).

BCSEA Response to the CleanBC Plan

February 8, 2019
Tom Hackey, BCSEA's Policy Advisor
CleanBC: a big step forward for climate action in BC

The BC Sustainable Energy Association commends the Government of BC for CleanBC, its latest update to BC’s climate action plan.

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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:

What's Renewable about Biogas?

Renewable Natural Gas. Those unfamiliar with the concept might initially think of it as an oxymoron. “How can natural gas be renewable?” you might ask. The major difference lies in timescales. While renewable natural gas can be produced from last weekend’s leftover brunch, conventional natural gas could be derived from an ancient, decomposing pterodactyl. Confused? Read on.

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.

Okanagan Chapter Turns Heads with their Electric Vehicle Floats!

For the third time running, BCSEA Okanagan entered into the Vernon Winter Fair Parade this year. With this year's theme being Mardi Gras, they turned heads with their floats of 8 electric vehicles and their costumes, decked out in beads, glitz and glam.

Electricity is in the air, and on the roads

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