Why are we developing a Community Energy and Emissions Plan?

by Wendy O'Connor,
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In 2019, the City of Thunder Bay received funding from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and the Province of Ontario’s Municipal Energy Plan Program for the creation of a Community Energy and Emissions Plan (CEEP). On January 13, 2020 Thunder Bay City Council declared a climate emergency emphasising the urgency of addressing climate change. The climate emergency reinforces the need for a CEEP to provide the community with the information and tools to make decisions that contribute to the decarbonisation of Thunder Bay.

A CEEP will help our community:

  • Improve energy efficiency;
  • Reduce energy consumption and reduce greenhouse gas emissions;
  • Study the impact of future growth on energy needs;
  • Foster renewable energy production;
  • Support and guide economic development; and
  • Meaningfully participate in climate action.
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