The EOEP offers courses that address the core challenges faced by municipal elected officials including ethical governance, intermunicipal collaboration and financial decision-making.
The Town of Raymond has completed 7 solar PV projects with 2 more projects almost done, making the town electrically net-zero. Once complete, they will have received $643,481.00 in rebates from the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre! See all the projects they have completed and learn how this small town with big solar dreams did it here.
Collaborate with your neighbours on the Municipal Energy Manager Program. Small municipalities are encouraged to partner with one or more neighbouring municipalities to share a staff member across their region. Missed the webinar last week? Find the presentation here.
June is Recreation and Parks Month! Join the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre and Alberta Recreation and Parks Association in celebrating beautiful #Alberta and all the outdoor activities we love to do with our families, friends and neighbours! With funding from the Recreation Energy Conservation Program, one of MCCAC’s many funding programs, municipalities can make their recreation facilities more #energyefficient, which lessens their environmental impact. Apply for funding today!