We’re welcoming partners from across Canada to help shape the recently launched Energy Efficiency Career Hub. This is a space to share your expertise and collaborate. Join us in promoting energy efficiency as a meaningful and rewarding career path.
FortisBC has worked collaboratively with government to deliver on the promise of CleanBC and in 2018 we released the Clean Growth Pathway report that sets out an ambitious vision for decarbonization to 2050 – in line with the provincial government’s decarbonization goals. We also have an interim target to reduce customer emissions 30 percent by 2030 (30BY30), one of North America’s most ambitious GHG reduction goals for a natural gas utility.
Using FortisBC’s established electric and natural gas infrastructure to invest in innovative solutions like renewable natural gas and hydrogen will be critical in BC achieving its ambitious 2050 emissions reduction target. That is why we have conducted research on Pathways for British Columbia to achieve its GHG Reduction Goals, a study that recognizes the importance of a diversity of energy systems to meet our shared, local GHG reduction goals.
Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) launched the Energy Savings for Business Program in February 2021. The program offers commercial and industrial businesses fast access to incentives for energy-saving technologies. Launching a stimulus program during a pandemic and economic recession is precedent setting. ERA’s Marc Huot and Allison Mostowich will speak to the program design and marketing strategies they’ve used to promote the program and support participating contractors during COVID, and what they have seen working in the province. This session is designed for everyone who sells efficiency as part of their business, or runs efficiency programming.
How CleanBC is ensuring B.C. multicultural communities are included and supported in the Better Homes rebate program
CleanBC and Empower Me will share how the Better Homes program has included a full, wrap-around support service to ensure all residents receive the support they need