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Strategic Partners and Associations

Chinook is continually looking for opportunities to partner and learn from other organizations that share a vision for advancing renewable energy.

Local Communities

Most good wind energy sites are located in rural regions. It follows that rural communities should benefit from these wind energy facilities. Chinook will be consulting with local government offices and communities, stakeholders and First Nations to ensure acceptance and participation in the development of renewable energy in their regions.

Clean Energy Association of British Columbia (CEBC)

cebc_wordmarkThe CEBC mandate is to develop a viable independent power industry in British Columbia that serves the public interest by providing cost-effective electricity through the efficient and environmentally responsible development of the Province’s energy resources.

Chinook is a member of the CEBC and members of the Chinook Team are actively involved at the Advisory level of the CEBC, providing policy responses and energy development solutions to the BC Government, British Columbia Utilities Commission, BC Hydro, the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations, Ministry of Energy and Mines, Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation, and the Ministry of Environment.

Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA)


CanWEA is Canada’s wind energy advocacy group that represents the interests and capabilities of the Canadian wind energy community to all levels of government, utilities, regulators and the general public.

CanWEA provides support to independent power producers on a regulatory, policy and economic environment basis.

Chinook is a member of CanWEA and is an active participant in CanWEA’s British Columbia Caucus.

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