Municipalities across Alberta are taking advantage of the abundant sunshine by installing solar to lower utility costs, reduce GHG emissions, and generate their own electricity.
The Town of Cochrane shares some context behind their climate action initiatives and how the Town is motivated to reduce energy costs and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, while being a climate leader for the community.
With EEA’s dissolution announced, The Clean Energy Improvement Program is going to be delivered by the Action Centre.
During a virtual awards ceremony held on June 2, 2020, the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association and the Rural Municipalities of Alberta won an Emerald Award for their partnership on the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre.
Arenas and ice rinks are among the highest energy-consuming facilities. Learn how an energy efficient arena can help reduce energy costs and emissions.
Setting emission reduction targets and creating climate action plans will help your municipality address climate change.
Find out the differences between micro, small scale, and community generation and how they connect to Alberta’s electricity grid.
As COVID-19 evolves we hope that you are staying safe and taking precautions for your health, while we continue to provide funding, advisory services and support.
There are now more ways for municipalities in Alberta to see real savings and real change through the Electric Vehicles for Municipalities Program.
There are now more ways for Alberta Public School Authorities to see real savings and real change through the Solar for Schools Program.