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New Brunswick Municipal

Working Group
Launched in 2016, the NB-PEI Municipal Working Group is a resource for municipalities engaged in community energy planning, partnership-building, and Smart Energy projects to share their experiences, lessons learned, and transfer knowledge about best practices. Participants are leaders in moving toward achieving provincial GHG emissions reduction goals and transitioning toward Smart Energy Communities. Participation is exclusive to QUEST Subscribers.

Working Group Participants

City of Saint John

Town of Quispamsis

City of Moncton

Village of Perth-Andover

City of Campbellton

Town of Sussex

Municipalité Régionale de Tracadie

City of Dieppe

Village of Florenceville-Bristol

City of Miramichi

City of Edmundston

Town of Woodstock

Town of Riverview

Village of Sussex-Corner

Ville de Rogersville

Town of Sackville

Town of Saint-Andrews

Town of St-Stephen

Village of New-Maryland

Town of Grand-Bay Westfield

Town of Rothesay

Village de Petitcodiac

Village of Rexton

Town of Dalhousie

Village of McAdam

Stratford, PEI

City of Summerside

City of Charlottetown

Town of Montague

Georgetown

Wellington

AMANB (observer)

UMNB (observer)

NB Power (observer, subscriber)

Siemens (observer, subscriber)

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OBJECTIVES

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Identification of gaps where knowledge sharing can help municipalities reduce their energy use and GHG emissions
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Peer-to-peer knowledge transfer and best practice sessions, led by a facilitator
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Preparation for Regional Forum – CEP Implementation / PCP
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Preparation of: letter or information regarding the adoption of National Energy Code for Buildings
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Preparation of: letter or information regarding PACE or similar mechanisms
Communities account for 58% of energy use and 54% of all GHG emissions in Atlantic Canada. In order for New Brunswick to meet its GHG and energy objectives, continued coordinated action at the municipal level is essential and will be directly advanced by the NB-PEI MWG.
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