Carbon Talks Presents: “The Case for Wind Energy in BC”

 

 

 

You are invited to attend an upcoming Carbon Talk on October 3rd  – “The Case for Wind Energy in BC” with Nicholas Heap, BC Regional Director at the Canadian Wind Energy Association.

The purpose of this discussion is to gather business leaders, policy makers, and academics together to help identify obstacles and opportunities in the wind energy sector as we attempt to shift toward a carbon-free economy.

What is the GHG-reduction potential of wind energy in a province that relies on hydroelectricity? Where are wind energy projects being established? What does the future of the industry look like? What are some regulatory barriers that could be altered to encourage investment? These are some of the issues we hope to address as we reach out to the broader wind community.

When: Wednesday October 3rd, 12:30-1:30 PM
Where: Room 1600, SFU Harbour Centre, 515 West Hastings Street
Register: https://websurvey.sfu.ca/cgi-bin/WebObjects/WebSurvey.woa/wa/survey?118989432
Live Web Stream: http://www.tlcentre.sfu.ca/broadcast/

We would be thrilled to have you in attendance. If you could pass this invitation along to your colleagues who may be interested in the future of wind power in BC, I would appreciate it tremendously. If you have any questions, I am happy to answer them.

Best regards,
Tom Malcolm
Business Development Analyst
Carbon Talks
SFU Centre for Dialogue
3326-515 W Hastings St
Vancouver, BC V6B 5K3

(778) 782-9622
tmalcolm@sfu.ca
Follow us: @carbontalks

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