Community Energy Plan

Did you know that roughly $1.7 billion dollars is spent annually on energy within Halifax Regional Municipality?

*Based on HRM's Community Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory, 2009. 
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The municipality is updating its Community Energy Plan and is seeking your input.

Community Energy PlanA Community Energy Plan is a local-level planning process that aims to improve the sustainability of how we produce and use energy.

The updated Community Energy Plan will outline actions the municipality will take to promote energy efficiency and renewable energy in our community over the next 5 years.

The updated plan will go to Council for approval, and forms part of the Regional Plan.

 How can I get involved?

Please take a moment to learn more by using the links provided on this page, join the conversation in our discussion forum, ask us a question and/or answer our quick poll question of the week. 

You can also email or call Shannon at 490-3665

NOTE: If you want to provide your feedback as a member of the business community or business owner, please participate in our CEP Business Survey.

Your opinion is valued - help Shape Your City's energy future!

Did you know that roughly $1.7 billion dollars is spent annually on energy within Halifax Regional Municipality?

*Based on HRM's Community Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory, 2009. 
Click on pie chart for larger image.

 

The municipality is updating its Community Energy Plan and is seeking your input.

Community Energy PlanA Community Energy Plan is a local-level planning process that aims to improve the sustainability of how we produce and use energy.

The updated Community Energy Plan will outline actions the municipality will take to promote energy efficiency and renewable energy in our community over the next 5 years.

The updated plan will go to Council for approval, and forms part of the Regional Plan.

 How can I get involved?

Please take a moment to learn more by using the links provided on this page, join the conversation in our discussion forum, ask us a question and/or answer our quick poll question of the week. 

You can also email or call Shannon at 490-3665

NOTE: If you want to provide your feedback as a member of the business community or business owner, please participate in our CEP Business Survey.

Your opinion is valued - help Shape Your City's energy future!

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