Community Energy Plan

Community Energy

Charlottetown City Council adopted the Community Energy Plan on February 11th 2019, recognising the important role that Municipalities, like Charlottetown, play in the international, national, regional and local efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.  

Community Vision for a
Sustainable Energy Future

Charlottetown aims to quickly reduce community GHG and air pollutant emissions while securing reliable affordable energy locally, increasing energy efficiency, and creating jobs and economic growth. The City envisions exceeding current targets in 2030 and transitioning all energy for homes, businesses, cars, and trucks to clean, renewable sources before 2050. In short, the City's vision is:

"By 2050, Charlottetown is a carbon neutral, diverse and economically strong community, powered only by renewable energy." 


targets

Charlottetown's Community Energy Plan (CEP) defines the City’s  energy priorities with a view to improving efficiency, cutting emissions, and driving economic development.

Objective One
Objective Two
Objective Three
Objective Four

Read more about our targets, objectives, and abbreviated actions in the Community Energy Plan.

effects of climate change

 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

WAYS TO SAVE

Event Details

Location: Charlottetown City Halll - 199 Queen Street
Date: Wednesday, April 17th
Time: 530-730PM

BUILD A BETTER HOME 2.0

Event Details

Location: PEI Brewing Co. 96 Kensington Road
Date: Tuesday, April 30th
Time: 7:00-9:00PM
Pre-registration required


Enter to WIN* a heat pump & installation, valued up to $5,000!!

*To enter you must attend the event and fill out a ballot. 


Community Energy and Greenhouse Gas Inventory - Summary Report

Community Energy and Greenhouse Gas Inventory - Full Report

QUICK LINKS:

PEI ENERGY STRATEGY
Ecological Footprint Calculator 
efficiencyPEI
My EnergyX
Heat, Lights, and the Devil Wagon: A History of Energy and Innovation in Charlottetown 


IN CASE YOU MISSED IT...

 

CLIMATE CHANGE 101 PRESENTATION

COMMUNITY ENERGY SPEAKER SESSION: EDDIE OLDFIELD PRESENTATION

COMMUNITY ENERGY SPEAKER SESSION: MATT HALL PRESENTATION

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION SESSION: PRESENTATION

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