Michael J. Rensing, Ph.D.
Director, Low Carbon Fuels Electricity and Alternative Energy Division
BC Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation.
Effective January 1st, 2022 changes to the Low Carbon Fuel Standard have enabled British Columbia Condos to capture carbon credits tied to the amount of electricity they deliver to EVs. This is a game changer for dealing with the cost of installing EV charging infrastructure, particularly for those legacy buildings who don't have EV charging pre-wired (a recent phenomenon from about 2011).
Mr. Rensing will be providing a brief background of the low carbon fuel standard in BC, followed by a detailed explanation of the who what and how of reporting electric vehicle charging for public and strata chargers.
Michael Rensing joined the British Columbia public service in September 2003 to work in the Air Protection Section of the Ministry of Environment. In November 2007 he moved to the Ministry of Energy and Mines to develop policies and legislation for renewable and low-carbon fuels. Currently, he is the Director of the Low Carbon Fuels Branch, and is the 2021 recipient of the BC Bioenergy Sector “Champion” Award for outstanding leadership and contribution to the bioenergy sector in BC. Michael has a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Victoria in British Columbia.
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