Pembina Institute

The Pembina Institute is a non-profit think-tank that advocates for strong, effective policies to support Canada's clean-energy transition. The Pembina Institute is working to solve today’s greatest energy challenges — reducing the harmful impacts of fossil fuels while supporting the transition to an energy system that is clean, safe and sustains a high quality of life. As Canada’s go-to source of energy expertise, they provide research, analysis and recommendations to inform policies and practices related to energy. The Pembina Instituteour focuses on two fundamental goals: pushing industries and governments to go beyond the bare minimum to manage the impacts of energy development, and advocate for those improvements to be embedded in provincial and federal policy.

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B.C. methane pollution demands tougher action (media release)

While B.C.’s draft methane regulations are a step in the right direction, they represent a missed opportunity to ensure the gas sector does its fair share — at low cost — to help achieve B.C.’s climate targets. ...

Flawed data undermines B.C. government’s methane regulations (media release)

Regulations announced by the B.C. government to address methane pollution may be significantly weaker than federal regulations and are based on flawed data, according to Canadian and U.S. environmental organizations. ...

Diesel, renewables, and the future of Canada’s remote communities (blog)

Since remote communities are not connected to the North American electricity grid, they make use of their own small-scale microgrids. ...

Wanted: B.C. roadmap to zero carbon buildings by 2050

By 2050, we need to eliminate carbon pollution coming from buildings. ...

An exciting vision for B.C.’s clean economy

British Columbians can take pride in the fact the CleanBC strategy contains several policies far ahead of the curve in Canada and North America. ...