2018 IPDP Solutions Summit Open House
Invitation: Join other invited port commissioners, marine fuel suppliers, resort owners, fishermen, band and tribe leaders, chandleries, and boaters – small commercial and recreational - for an open house gathering focused on solutions to decarbonize the Inside Passage and while adding clean energy employment.
Saturday, March 10, 2018
9:00am – 4:00pm
Port Hardy Chamber of Commerce
7250 Market Street, Port Hardy, BC Canada
No charge - $0
Location: The Port Hardy Chamber of Commerce is in downtown Port Hardy on Market Street, 7250 Market Street, Port Hardy, B.C. Canada. Entry through the Port Hardy Visitor’s Center side door.
- Open House hours start at 9:00am.
- Presentations available all day until 4:00pm.
- A slide show of current Inside Passage Decarbonization projects and future products and services will stimulate discussion.
- Refreshments served throughout the day.
Open House Agenda:
- IPDP Overview + Strategies
- Biofuels, Biolubes, Electric Boating and Advanced Sail presentations
- Renewable Shorepower information
- Game Changing Products
- Action Planning - Local & Whole Passage
Discounted Accommodations: A special conference discount is available, use "Captain Peter Wilcox" as the code when reserving to get the discount at the North Shore Inn, 7370 Market St, Box 1888, Port Hardy, BC, Canada, 877-949-8516. Send an email to email@example.com.
Inside passage decarbonization project (IPDP)
The goal: A cleaner greener passage: one boat, one fuel station, one state, one province at a time. We want to dramatically reduce carbon in the Pacific NW Inside Passage, now.
Fishermen, bands, tribes, ports, marine fuel suppliers, chandleries, boaters – both commercial and recreational - want clean, productive and beautiful water to work, play and live by.
The mission: To inspire, support and ask boaters, suppliers and municipalities to protect and enhance the health of people, wildlife and the Inside Passage ecosystem, while voyaging safely, reliably and affordably through the beloved but threatened waterway.
The plan: To replace high carbon tar sands fuel with compatible, waste-sourced, locally-produced, bio-based renewable fuels and renewable electric shore-power for vessel battery charging.
The IPDP offers green economic development and new job opportunities through the development of appropriately-scaled renewable fuel and electricity production.
All details about the Inside Passage Decarbonization Project plus the story of the design, voyages, teaching and experiences aboard Ama Natura can be found on https://www.decarbthepassage.net