Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Division
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Division members are professionals who are currently involved in the areas of energy efficiency and renewable energy. Division members are often leading the execution of energy efficiency measures and the transition to renewable energy.
The Division’s purpose is to advance all aspects of renewable energy engineering and energy efficiency, both on the demand and supply sides for supporting sustainable clean energy. The main focus includes energy generation and storage, and energy efficiency, in context of the Paris Accord, which limits global warming to 2 degrees Celsius with a target of 1.5 degrees.
Names, positions, and contact information for the current Division Executive.
|Mr. Matt Harper, P.Eng.
|Ms. Dorota Kwasnik, P.Eng.
|Dr. Mehrzad Tabatabaian, P.Eng.
|Dr. Mahda Jahromi, P.Eng.
|Mr. Ross Johnson, P.Eng.
|Ms. Leya Behra, P.Eng.
|Mr. Michel de Spot, P.Eng.
||Member at Large
The Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Division is seeking nominations for the Executive team in 2018. The division will have at least 2 vacant positions. If you are interested, please contact Communications Coordinator.
|Engineers and Geoscientists BC professional members and non-members of the association
|Engineers and Geoscientists BC members-in-training and student members
|Engineers and Geoscientists BC Life Members
||Free (as of January 1, 2018)
Only division members may vote or hold executive positions. All members receive discounts on division sponsored events.
To register, please visit Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Division Registration (you will be prompted to login with your 6-digit user ID and password).
If you have an interesting suggestion for a tour or a presentation idea, the Division would like to hear from you. Please contact the Communications Coordinator with your ideas.
Currently no upcoming events are scheduled. The next facility tour will take place in 2018. Details will be provided once confirmed.
Presentation materials, photos, and other event related information will be listed at a later date.
To join the discussion, please visit: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy LinkedIn Group. Division members are encouraged to share relevant articles, local events, code and standards updates, and technology advancements.