Managing Director & Partner
Jason Green joined Boston Consulting Group in June 2020. He is a leader in the firm’s Energy, Industrial Goods, and Operations practices. Jason has over 25 years of experience serving clients in the oil and gas, agriculture, mining, and utility industries on aspects of strategy, operational effectiveness, capital project management, and digital and technology management. He co-leads Women@BCG in Canada.
Prior to joining BCG, Jason was a partner with McKinsey & Company in Toronto and Calgary and a management consultant with Adventis in Boston. He started his career as an environmental engineer with Golder Associates in Calgary. Jason is active in the community, serving as a board director with the Telus Spark Calgary Science Centre and the Propel Energy Technology Venture Forum.
Canada’s burgeoning low-carbon tech sector could capture an outsize share of the US$21 trillion in new investment over the next decade, but significant action from Canada’s public and private sector leaders is needed today to avoid missing the opportunity.
Quebec is ideally situated to be a leader in the green hydrogen market, but we are currently underinvesting. To avoid being locked out, Quebec government and companies need to act now.
Recent announcements have brought new momentum to the build-out of carbon capture in Canada, which is critical to achieving our climate targets and long-term economic competitiveness. It’s now time for both the public and private sectors to build on this momentum and seize the carbon capture opportunity.