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Home News KPMG in Canada terminates relationship with Clean Energy B.C.

KPMG in Canada terminates relationship with Clean Energy B.C.

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Recall a few days ago an independent affiliate of the Swiss based professional services firm released a draft report on small clean energy projects across B.C.

“KPMG in Canada has not issued its final report nor have we consented to any communication or distribution of that report,” CEO William Thomas writes in a news release.

Thomas adds, “This has left us with no option other than to terminate the engagement immediately and to disassociate KPMG in Canada from the unauthorized release of the draft report.”

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In the Clean Energy B.C. news release, Executive Director Paul Kariya was quoted as saying, “It’s clear that a cost-effective diversity of clean-energy projects situated throughout B.C. has a far greater positive impact on B.C. jobs and the economy – especially for First Nations – than does the B.C. Hydro Site C mega project on the Peace River in North Eastern B.C.”

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