Agencies & Associations
Clean Energy BCTrade or Industry Association
The mandate of the Clean Energy Association of British Columbia (CEBC) is to develop a viable clean power industry in British Columbia that serves the public interest by providing cost-effective electricity through the efficient and environmentally responsible development of the Province's energy resources. Since 1992, CEBC (formerly until July 2012, the Independent Power Producers of British Columbia) has been the industry trade association representing and advocating for clean energy project developers and the commercial and technical supply chains. In this regard CEBC engages with multiple levels of federal, provincial and municipal governments, BC Hydro, First Nations, ENGO’s, BCUC, Chambers of Commerce, Business Councils and other stakeholders. Last but far from least CEBC’s mandate includes increasing public awareness about choices of electricity generation and the features and benefits of each of those choices.
|Mail: 354-409 Granville Street, Vancouver, BC, V6C 1T2|
|Street: 354-409 Granville Street|
|Paul Kariya||Executive Director||Chief Administration|
|Loch McJannett||Vice President||Chief Administration|
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