Communities are looking at under-utilized sites - such as shopping malls - to build new homes and businesses. These large
urban redevelopment sites have huge potential for local and lowcarbon energy choices.
Communities across Metro Vancouver are looking for strategies to “scale-up” energy efficiency upgrades for homes and other
building energy retrofits. When a community retrofits together, it can have a big positive impact on carbon emissions
and energy bills.
Many cities in BC and around the world are constructing specific policies and programs to reach ambitious renewable energy
targets, as part of the transition to the low-carbon economy. All BC communities have GHG reduction targets to meet
- how do we develop renewable energy supply in municipalities, while creating a healthier and livable city?