Power Smart and Demand Side Management
February 21st, 2011
Category: Our System & Facilities
Energy conservation and efficiency are the best and most cost-effective way to meet the province’s growing electricity needs and will be an integral part of the province’s clean energy future. In fact, BC Hydro is working to meet at least 66 per cent of new demand through conservation and efficiency by 2020.
Now, with an even more aggressive energy savings target, BC Hydro is implementing a wide-ranging approach to conservation, involving customers, government, manufacturers and retailers.
Specifically, BC Hydro is:
BENEFITS AND OPPORTUNITIES
Through Power Smart, BC Hydro has helped to increase the adoption of energy efficient products, by reducing cost barriers, developing higher performance standards and increasing public awareness.
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