As grid operators, policy makers and utilities consider how they respond to these trends, the key question facing them is: Can clean energy solutions deliver a reliable supply of electricity in an affordable manner?
Pembina found that clean energy portfolios — which include solar, wind, battery storage, energy efficiency and demand flexibility — provide the same services as new gas plants even in peak demand scenarios.
Here are just a few examples of the kind of credible climate action we need to dial up to improve and protect Canadians’ health.
To build on this success and realize a clean competitive economy, we need a regulatory environment that responds to the opportunities of the decarbonizing economy.
With climate action a top issue for the federal election and youth-led climate strikes across the country, the demand for climate action has never been clearer.
Forty-five leaders in B.C.’s corporate sector are calling on all federal party leaders to renew Canada’s climate leadership after the election.
The Business Coalition for a Clean Economy supports a national climate plan for Canada that makes good on our Paris Agreement commitment to limit global warming to 1.5–2°C and calls for renewed leadership on climate solutions in Canada.
Pembina Institute recognized for convening businesses and communities around climate action (media release)
Two flagship projects launched by the Pembina Institute were honoured today as recipients of the 2020 Canada’s Clean50 Top Project award.
The SDG Summit in its third iteration is a full-day conference focused on introducing undergraduate and graduate students and community members to the concept of sustainable development and the ways in which they can get involved as activists, innovators, and changemakers.
With this growing demand for renewable electricity from large international corporations, Alberta is ready for the benefits. These companies are shopping for renewables, and Alberta is an ideal market. Next month, the Business Renewables Centre Canada will have its first members event, bringing together representatives from companies all across the U.S. and Canada interested in investing in Alberta.
B.C. has a significant opportunity to build out the clean economy, to grow clean jobs, and to be a global leader on climate action.
The Pembina Institute's Vincent Morales will be presenting at the Solar Energy Society of Alberta's Alberta Communities Invest in Solar seminar.
"We heed the calls of youth climate champions for action now. As leading companies operating in B.C., we are proud to work together as members of the Business Coalition for a Clean Economy to be part of the solution."