Thank you to every municipality that applied to the Municipal Energy Champions program. The second cohort of the Municipal Energy Champions includes nine new municipalities.
The Town of Banff is a popular tourist destination and a place where adventurers live and play. The Action Centre recently spoke with Michael Hay, Manager of Environment & Sustainability, at the Town of Banff to learn about his experience in the program and explore examples of their climate achievements and challenges.
Highlight achievements, assess best practices, and provide direction for future emission mitigation actions by monitoring, measuring and reporting on your municipal climate action projects.
Nominate a staff member to become your municipality’s energy champion to better manage energy consumption and find cost-saving opportunities.
High energy consumption across several municipal facilities adds up to expensive utility bills. Learn how Adeniyi Adeaga, Municipal Energy Manager, Foothills County is managing energy use and finding ways to reduce operational costs on a tight budget.
The City of St. Albert shares how the approval of their Environmental Master Plan guides goals to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions for the City, its residents and business.
Take your climate change action plan from the bookshelf to real-world results and help your municipality successfully implement it’s climate action plan.
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.
Arenas and ice rinks are among the highest energy-consuming facilities. Learn how an energy efficient arena can help reduce energy costs and emissions.