Working in small groups, students role-play various positions at a fictitious energy company and explore the challenges and opportunities of moving to clean, renewable energy.
Students explore opportunities and challenges of moving from a fossil fuel economy to a clean renewable energy economy. Representing various roles at a fictitious energy company, students create a development plan presentation to show at a community engagement event with the goal of soliciting the continued support of the community to move the project forward.
Decisive times for oil and gas companies as they transition to renewables, this article highlights some of the dilemmas facing oil and gas companies
Outlined here are companies' need to meet the needs of all their stakeholders: How energy companies can approach strategy to thrive amid change.
In B.C., we have a unique advantage. The province’s natural landscape has allowed us to generate and deliver clean, renewable power to B.C. residents for decades. And as we look to the future, BC Hydro has an ambitious goal to do more.
BC Hydro will be instrumental in building a sustainable economy in B.C. We’ll continue to support conservation efforts, while also offering new programs and incentives to help British Columbians make the switch from fossil fuels to clean hydroelectricity to power their homes, businesses, and vehicles. We’ll also help to attract new energy-intensive industries to B.C. and offer programs to reduce the time and costs for new customers to get connected to our grid.
The BC Hydro’s Electrification plan outlines strategies to move B.C. to a low-carbon economy.
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