This guide provides a framework for community leaders interested in developing District Energy, drawing on experiences from the US and abroad. It focuses on two energy supply systems including District Energy and Combined Heat and Power, examining the long-term opportunities in these systems and providing the tools necessary to start a conversation around local energy production.
This report summarizes an energy mapping exercise undertaken by the City of London for the purpose of developing an Integrate Energy Mapping Strategy (IEMS). The IEMS workshop sought to identify opportunities to reduce community energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, using mapping to help guide the City’s energy future.
The Corporate Energy Management Plan outlines key actions the Town of Caledon must take to meet its mission to mitigate the risks and costs associated with energy consumption. Through an integrated energy planning approach, the Plan will improve energy management and awareness while continuously adjusting to meet local needs.
The Partners for Climate Protection’s Milestone program is designed to help Municipalities improve their environmental performance by reducing their greenhouse gas emissions. The milestones are meant to be flexible to allow the municipality to build a local action plan that reflects their priorities and increases the municipality’s capacity to manage it’s GHG emissions.