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INSIGHT FOR CANADA'S CLEAN ECONOMY
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B.C. government considers expanding electric vehicle program
Arman Kazemi, 28 January 2016

B.C. Energy Minister Bill Bennett is thinking about a second expansion of the province’s popular Clean Energy Vehicles Program.
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B.C. government carbon neutral for five years
Jenny Tan, 28 January 2016
 
British Columbia’s public sector has been carbon neutral for five years, according to a report released by the province.
 

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Clean power could supply most U.S. electricity by 2030
Maura Forrest, 28 January 2016

Renewable power could supply most of the U.S. electricity demand by 2030 without raising electricity prices, according to a new report.

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Other News
  • Sierra Club challenging U.S. cities to go 100% renewable
    The Sierra Club has launched a new campaign that will challenge 100 cities across the U.S. to commit to 100 per cent clean energy. The initiative, called #ReadyFor100, will urge mayors to follow in the footsteps of cities like Vancouver, B.C., which has already pledged to reach 100 per cent renewable energy.
  • RE100 campaign hits halfway pointc
    A group of companies that pledged to go 100 per cent renewable are halfway toward meeting their goal. The RE100 campaign was launched in 2014, and challenged companies like IKEA, Google and Goldman Sachs to switch to 100 per cent renewable power. RE100 now projects that the current group of 53 companies will reach 80 per cent clean electricity by 2020.
  • New York unveils new Clean Energy Fund
    New York State will spend $5 billion over the next 10 years on clean energy projects and on initiatives to help reduce energy use and protect against extreme weather. Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the new Clean Energy Fund last week. The state plans to generate half of its electricity from clean sources by 2030.
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