Bringing new life to older arenas with energy-efficient retrofits

The Municipal Climate Change Action Centre discussed how to implement energy efficiency projects at arenas on a tight budget.

We talked about:

  • Exemplary energy efficient arenas from across Canada,
  • Exemplary energy efficient arenas in Alberta,
  • Low-cost or no-cost energy-efficient projects that can be implemented in arenas,
  • Projects that have resulted in energy and cost savings,
  • Funding available for municipalities to implement these energy efficiency measures.

Our guest panelists:

  • Michelle Gairdner, Manager, Energy Management & Environmental Services for the City of Grande Prairie
  • Emily Plihal, Climate Change Coordinator for the Village of Donnelly & Town of Falher
  • Brad Anderson, Facility Manager for the City of Airdrie

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