Tell us about your partnerships
GHI has signed MOU’s with the BC Bioenergy Network (BCBN) and BC Community Energy Association (CEA). BCBN is the lead organization funded by the province of BC to develop the all sides of the bioenergy sector. The CEA works with municipalities to identify their energy emissions and work to reduce them. In addition GHI has worked with over 50 other organizations such as BC Hydro, Fortis, Forrex, and others to deliver a variety of work shop and seminars.
Are you currently targeting other specific populations, locations, or markets for your solution? If so, where and why?
GHI is targeting smaller communities and organizations across the interior of BC and primarily off the natural gas grid.
What type of operating environment and internal organizational factors make your innovation successful?
GHI is a very open initiative where staff primarily work remotely based from an office based in Cranbrook.
Please elaborate on any needs or offers you have mentioned above and/or suggest categories of support that aren't specified within the list
GHI operates in the renewable energy sphere as well as carbon mitigation. Therefore GHI has a great deal of information on both subjects and would be a resource for other initiatives. IN addition, GHI has developed a large network and knowledge base that others could utilise.