Canada and British Columbia invest in 14 CleanBC infrastructure projects across the province to create cleaner, stronger communities   

May 27, 2022 at 12:22 pm  Federal, Politics

Abbotsford

Biogas Upgrading Technology at JAMES Plant

Add biogas upgrading equipment to the JAMES Wastewater Treatment Plant, establish an on-site renewable gas connection for an external gas pipeline, and perform related works

$1,287,000

$3,431,785

$1,716,215


Haida Gwaii

Skidegate Band Council TLL Yahda Energy Solar Farm

Build a solar panel farm with battery storage, and perform associated electrical and site work

$3,039,485

$0

$1,013,162


Huu-ay-aht First Nations

Sarita River Hydro*

Build a grid-connected hydropower station with approximately 5.4 MW capacity and related infrastructure to provide energy security for the Huu-ay-aht First Nation and neighbouring communities on the west coast of central Vancouver Island

$3,916,666

$783,333 

$522,223


Metro Vancouver

Wastewater Treatment Plant Heat Recovery

Install renewable energy producing equipment at the Lulu Island Wastewater Treatment Plant, including a heat recovery system and wastewater infrastructure

$2,141,552

$1,784,448

$1,427,880


Nanaimo

French Creek Pollution Control Centre Heat Recovery and Solar Energy

Upgrade wastewater and heating, ventilation and air conditioning infrastructure, and install solar panels and heat recovery equipment

$400,007

$333,305

$266,706


Nelson

Civic Centre Low-Carbon Heritage Renewal

Upgrade the roof, walls, windows, and doors, and install new energy-recovery ventilators and a heat-recovery chiller

$1,058,844

$2,823,408

$1,411,969


Penelakut Island First Nation

Solar Resilience Initiative

Install solar panel arrays, and establish back-up power for the community centre through battery banks

$184,828

$0

$61,610


Penticton

Electric Vehicle Rapid Charging Infrastructure**

Install four direct-current-fast-charging stations for vehicles and perform electric upgrades to support charging demand to expand electric vehicle charging network

$134,761

$112,290

$89,853


Powell River

Recreation Complex Ice Plant Heat Recovery

Add a heat recovery system to the ice plant, utilizing space and pool heating systems.

$846,589

$705,420

$564,465


Prince George

 Kin Centre Arenas Refrigeration & Energy Recovery Upgrades

Add a heat recovery system to the ammonia refrigeration plant, and upgrade the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems

$1,778,000

$1,481,518

$1,185,482


Saanich

G.R. Pearkes Recreation Centre Heat Recovery & Mechanical Upgrade

Upgrade and install new heating, ventilation, and air conditioning components, including heat recovery mechanisms

$1,574,099

$1,311,618

$1,049,531


Victoria

Oaklands Community Centre: HVAC & Control System Replacement

Install new heat recovery ventilator and heat pumps, replace electric heaters, and upgrade the building control system

$94,025

$78,346

$62,692


Pacifica Housing Advisory Association

Retrofits for Low-Income Housing

Upgrade the building envelope, ventilation system, space heating, and domestic water heating for 26 affordable/social housing units

$867,692

$542,307

$759,232


Whistler

Sea to Sky Electric Vehicle Network Expansion

Expand the existing Sea-to-Sky Electric Vehicle Charging Network by adding approximately 28 dual-port Level-2 and 13 direct-current fast-charging stations and making necessary upgrades to the electrical grid to handle future charging demand

$1,190,296

$991,814

$793,632


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