Project leader and BGP CEO Alison Thompson, was amongst the 120 past and incoming Clean50 Honourees who met on Thursday October 3rd at the “Clean50 Summit 9.0” in Toronto, and spent a day amongst peers and colleagues tackling critical sustainability challenges facing Canada” and vying for the title of “Top Sustainability Project of the Year”.
Canada’s Clean50 Top Project Awards are amongst the awards announced annually by Delta Management Group and the Canada’s Clean50 organization, to recognize the 20 best sustainability oriented projects completed in Canada over the prior two years. Projects are chosen based on the four “I”s criteria: Impactful, Innovative, Inspiring and can readily be Imitated.
Delta’s criteria in determining Project awards is to carefully consider a combination of actual measurable impact, demonstrated innovation, and the project’s ability to inspire others to imitate it – and Kitselas Geothermal Inc.'s geothermal district energy project is a terrific example.
The cumulative accomplishments of Canada’s Clean50 Top Projects in reducing and avoiding GHGs over the past 2 years adds up to a very big number. All Canadians should be grateful for the leadership these organizations have shown in the projects they have completed.
About Kitselas Geothermal Inc.:
The Kitselas Traditional Territory and the internationally significant geothermal resources that are present in close proximity to B.C’s emerging LNG Industry create an ideal opportunity to use renewable electricity and renewable fueled heating and cooling directly in LNG operations and within its supply chain. By matching the energy demand with geothermal resources and ensuring that permits are held by First Nation controlled Kitselas Geothermal Inc., this project supports the social, environmental and economic objectives of the region.
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About Delta Management Group / Canada's Clean50:
Leading sustainability and clean tech search firm Delta Management Group, led by Gavin Pitchford (CEO), founded and remains the steward of the Canada’s Clean50 awards. The awards were created to annually identify, recognize and connect 50 sustainability leaders, 10 Emerging Leaders and Top 20 Projects from every sector of Canadian endeavor. The firm also annually convenes the Clean50 Summit, in order to facilitate understanding, collaboration and innovation in the fight to keep human caused climate impacts below 1.5 degrees.
Learn more at www.clean50.com