Regional Electricity Cooperation and Strategic Infrastructure Initiative (RECSI)
The Government of Canada is engaging with provinces and territories in a dialogue to help provinces reliant on fossil fuel-fired electricity generation transition to a generation portfolio mix which will help meet our national GHG emissions reductions target for 2030.
Natural Resources Canada established a dialogue to identify promising electricity infrastructure projects to reduce GHG emissions called the Regional Electricity Cooperation and Strategic Infrastructure Initiative (RECSI)
The main objective of this dialogue is to evaluate and rank the most promising electricity infrastructure projects in the Western provinces with the potential to assist Alberta and Saskatchewan transition to a sustainable non-emitting electricity generation portfolio. The scope of work can be viewed here.
On behalf of the RECSI Steering and Technical Advisory Committees, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Northwest Territories and the Government of Canada represented by Natural Resources Canada, the AESO is sharing an invitation to a webinar to share more information about this dialogue.
Please click here to view the invite.
If you have technical questions, or wish to contact NRCan about the RECSI dialogue, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the AESO’s role, please contact Jacques Duchesne at Jacques.Duchesne@aeso.ca