Reduce energy consumption and manage the impact of energy use on our environment.

Energy powers our cities, homes, and businesses. We currently use a substantial amount of energy that is expensive to generate and has significant environmental impacts. Energy conservation and the use of renewable energy sources offers the greatest opportunity to decrease greenhouse gas emissions, improve air quality, and mitigate climate change. Let's work together to reduce energy use and support renewable energy sources.

Click here to view the Grow Green Action Plan for Energy.


  • Implementation of 34 electric vehicle plug-in stations for corporate and community uses at 11 City-owned facilities
  • Development of an Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan for City-owned facilities
  • Installation of solar power sources at Fire Station 205, Clark Transit Facility, Sandalwood Transit Facility, and Gore Meadows Recreation Centre
  • Development of 11 City buildings either LEED certified or on the way to becoming certified


Coming soon!