How to Improve Energy Efficiency in Recreation Facilities Webinar

The Municipal Climate Change Action Centre and the City of Leduc hosted a webinar to learn how to reduce costs and greenhouse gas emissions in a typical recreation facility.

The City of Leduc completed a large scale lighting retrofit at the Leduc Recreation Centre, which is one of the largest projects funded through the Recreation Energy Conservation Program. They retrofitted and redesigned 100% of their lighting systems to be more energy efficient, saving them money, and reducing emissions.

You’ll learn more about the project, how they did it, lessons learned, benefits, and how you can do it too. The webinar was recorded on May 26th, 2020

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