Our 30BY30 target
Are we moving towards a future we can be proud of?
The climate is changing and so are we. That’s why we’re rethinking energy with our customers and industry partners, supporting the CleanBC Plan by helping to find ways to significantly reduce the province’s greenhouse gas emissions. With a goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 30 per cent by 2030, we’re innovating, diversifying and collaborating for a more sustainable future for all British Columbians.
Follow our progress checkpoints
Throughout the next decade, key checkpoints will mark our low carbon journey, with every milestone moving us closer to our target. So check back to see how far we've gone. We'll be updating our progress often.
The first wood waste renewables project is here
We’re working with municipalities, local farms, landfills—and even purchasing Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) from the first wood waste facility in North America. These are just some of the ways we’re exploring renewable options from organic waste. By the end of 2021, we forecast that we’ll almost triple our total annual supply of RNG compared with 2020.
Investing over $368 million in rebates by 2022
Every day, we're helping our customers conserve energy through education programs, rebates for energy-efficient equipment and products, innovative research, pilot programs and so much more. These are just some of the ways we’re using the power of our customers to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
Leveling up our electric vehicle charging station commitment
By the end of 2021, we plan to have at least 40 electric vehicle (EV) chargers in service across 23 communities—including fast-charging stations. See other ways we're helping lower emissions and providing more lower-carbon transportation choices.
Swapping diesel for natural gas and Renewable Natural Gas, Translink lowers emissions by 21 per cent
Working with our business partners, we currently fuel more than 1000 low-carbon medium-duty and heavy-duty vehicles with compressed natural gas (CNG). See how we’re working within the transportation industry to reduce emissions significantly.
Displacing coal and diesel with liquefied natural gas globally
We’re lowering emissions at home and doing what’s right abroad too. As a provider of liquefied natural gas (LNG) for export and marine use, we’re supporting the use of cleaner fuel around the world. See other ways we’re finding more opportunities to lower emissions through LNG.
The Pathways Study
Learn how the electric and natural gas systems can work together to lead BC to a lower carbon energy future.