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We use a systems approach to identify opportunities for improving the way that we produce, distribute and use energy.

0 Real Reconciliation: Advancing Indigenous – Business Clean Energy Relationships
By Steven Pacifico & Chris Henderson THE Truth and Reconciliation Commission made a loud and clear call for a new era of people-centered and respect-based relationships between Indigenous Communities and Canada.  The Commission and its recommendations was a watershed moment for our country. Can Canadian society “walk the talk” and embrace Real Reconciliation; especially in resource
0 National Energy Board Launches Interactive Pipeline Incident Map
Canada’s national pipeline regulator, the National Energy Board (NEB), recently launched an interactive pipeline incident map to improve Canadians’ access to information about incidents in their area. The map shows 692 spills, fires, injuries and other occurrences that have taken place over the past eight years. Although a big step toward greater transparency, gaps in
0 Vancouver’s Switch to Low-Carbon District Energy Systems
To help meet its target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Vancouver is encouraging the development of new low-carbon district energy systems, such as those that run on waste heat or biofuel. At present, the utility rates associated with low-carbon systems are reportedly 10 per cent higher than those for Vancouver’s existing natural gas-fired plants. Although