Community Energy Planning:Primer for New Brunswick Municipalities
This primer is a resource for communities that are interested in
developing a Community Energy Plan (CEP). It provides
information on the value and benefits of developing a CEP, how
to get started, how to engage local partners, steps for developing and implementing a plan, and concrete municipal actions and approaches to realizing a CEP in New Brunswick.
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March 2020 The new District Energy Website presented by QUEST and the YMCA of Greater Toronto will help demystify the technology and the process of building community energy systems – systems that can help Canada and the world reduce carbon pollution and increase...
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Issue Accounting for 59% of energy consumption and over 56% of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Atlantic Canada, communities are central and actively working to enable the Province of New Brunswick to achieve its energy and GHG emissions reduction objectives. Though...