In 2019, we busted myths and misconceptions about electric vehicles in Alberta. Today, we are readdressing these concerns to finally put them to rest.
Maintaining recreation centres can be expensive. Save money by upgrading to energy-efficient lighting, boilers, pumps and more.
Despite the pandemic in 2020, municipalities, non-profit organizations, and school authorities participated in the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre’s programs and reduced their operating costs, decreased greenhouse gas emissions, and supported local job creation in Alberta more than ever before.
Recreational facilities are the heart of many Alberta communities. Municipalities are breathing new life into their recreation facilities with energy-efficient retrofits, benefitting their communities for generations.
With EEA’s dissolution announced, The Clean Energy Improvement Program is going to be delivered by the 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.
Ever wonder how much energy your municipality uses? Start managing energy to make your municipality’s operations more efficient, find cost savings, and reduce your environmental impact.
People can travel further, reduce costs, and lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions with electric vehicles. This post puts 5 common myths about electric vehicles in Alberta to rest.