Ecofish’s Adam Lewis displays his recent award. Photo supplied

Ecofish founder receives provincial honour

Award was given at Generate Conference earlier this month

Ecofish Research Ltd. founder and executive director Adam Lewis recently received the Lifetime Achievement Award from Clean Energy BC (CEBC) at this year’s Generate Conference.

The conference took place Nov. 6 to 8 in Vancouver. Clean Energy BC’s mission is to promote and advance the clean energy industry in B.C. The association represents developers, operators and supporting service industries in the clean energy market.

As a news release states, Lewis is being recognized for his exceptional leadership and for supporting the industry to meet the high environmental standards that now represent the industry.

“This reward reflects not only a lifetime commitment to the clean energy industry, but also to the dedication of the talented Ecofish staff that support me and the industry every day,” says Lewis. “Deepest thanks to my team at Ecofish, our clients and colleagues.”

With offices in Courtenay and a number of other B.C. communities, as well as Nova Scotia and Ontario, Ecofish Research Ltd. has helped industry meet environmental licensing and compliance requirements for 18 years. A trusted advisor to industry, government, and First Nations with over 100 staff working on projects in B.C., across Canada, and internationally, we deliver key environmental assessment, monitoring, and mitigation services for all project phases.

In September, Canadian Business and Maclean’s ranked the company on the annual Growth 500 list for the top fastest-growing companies.

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