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December 17, 2020

Just last year we announced perhaps one of the most committed emissions reduction targets into the Canadian energy sector. Our 30BY30 target is ts dates reviews designed to reduce our clients’ greenhouse fuel (GHG) emissions by 30 % by 2030.

Just how are we likely to make it happen?

Inside our growth that is clean pathway 2050, we outlined four key areas on what we intend to help BC’s want to reduce its GHG emissions and these initiatives are how we’re making 30BY30 a real possibility.

We’re dedicated to assisting our clients reduce their GHG emissions but we’re definitely not carrying it out alone. Through partnerships with industry leaders, businesses, native communities and regional governments, we’re working together to get revolutionary techniques to reduce GHG emissions. So let’s have a look at what’s been done this present year to simply help us work toward this target that is ambitious.

Bringing on more Natural Gas that is renewable supply

We strike the gas this current year and received approval that is regulatory 13 brand brand brand new agreements to carry on more Renewable gas (RNG) companies. Such as, we received approval for a contract with REN Energy to get RNG created from lumber waste produced by forestry operations and sawmills. Located in Fruitvale, BC, it is the facility that is first united states to utilize this unique technology, creating brand brand brand new possibilities to reduce GHG emissions in BC’s forestry sector.

In total, we’ve signed and received approval for 20 brand new supply agreements purchasing RNG at different areas throughout the province and, the very first time, we’re now in a position to purchase RNG from manufacturers away from province. Continue reading