Tahra Jutt is the director of the clean economy program in B.C. at the Pembina Institute, Canada’s leading clean energy think-tank. Her work focuses on policies that contribute to a thriving energy sector and reduce carbon pollution.

She brings with her a wealth of experience from the clean technology sector, specifically in low-carbon transportation and alternative fuels. Having worked to advance new and early-stage clean technologies in Canada and the United States, Tahra has a background in strategy, government and regulatory affairs, and sustainable energy issues. She holds a bachelor of arts in geography from the University of British Columbia and a master of environment and business from the University of Waterloo.

 


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Tahra Jutt's Recent Publications

Action plan

A resilient economy and safe climate: Our vision for B.C. B.C. needs a plan to achieve net-zero by 2050

Publication

Protecting the health of British Columbians, building a resilient economy, and taking strong action on climate change are different pieces of the same puzzle.

Action plan

Rebuilding a Resilient B.C. Action plan for economic recovery

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B.C. is being commended for its deft navigation of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now B.C. has another opportunity to show leadership — by rebuilding the economy to ensure our province’s future resilience.

New North Van hydrogen fuelling station a positive step forward Re: First North Shore Hydrogen Fuelling Station Opens, July 1 news story

Op-ed
July 20, 2020 - By Tahra Jutt

North Vancouver’s new hydrogen fuelling station [at Westview Shopping Centre] represents a positive step in expanding the types of zero-emission vehicles available in the region.

Primer

Hydrogen on the path to net-zero emissions Costs and climate benefits

Publication
July 9, 2020 - By Maddy Ewing, Benjamin Israel, Tahra Jutt, Hoda Talebian, Lucie Stepanik

Hydrogen is increasingly being discussed as a promising fuel that could reduce the amount of fossil fuels burned in several sectors. However, the climate advantage of hydrogen is highly dependent on how it is produced.

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