Based on the discussions at the Clean Future Forum, we recommend the creation of a clean energy plan for B.C.
Existing homes and buildings are lagging behind on energy efficiency, and by 2050 they will constitute at least half of our building stock.
Environmental law group Ecojustice and the Pembina Institute are concerned about the potential climate impacts of the Teck Resources’ Frontier oilsands open pit mine, following the release of a Joint Review Panel report today that recommends its approval.
Since day one, the Pembina Institute, like most electricity industry players, has been critical of the capacity market for several reasons, and we’re pleased to see the cancellation. While the market was originally suggested to attract investors to Alberta, it has several risks. Notably, the capacity market would have shifted risk away from investors and onto consumers, likely resulting in more costs to ratepayers.
This in-between space — the curbside — is a critical part of the transportation network for everyone.
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