Community Newsletter - Vol.5
EXTREME HOLIDAY LIGHTING MAKEOVERWhat’s going on in communities across Canada? Check out this YouTube video featuring the Extreme Holiday Lighting Makeover where BC Hydro Power Smart surprises homeowners throughout British Columbia by performing LED holiday light makeovers.
- Extreme Holiday Lighting Makeover
- Energy Management Solutions for Municipalities
- Receive a Monthly Energy Efficiency Tip
- Fostering Sustainable Energy Efficient Behavior
- Using Social Media in Your Community
ENERGY MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS FOR MUNICIPALITIES
The Energy Efficiency Capital Planning Guide can help plan and prioritize the renewal of your municipality’s physical assets and help determine how savings from energy efficiency programs , such as those offered by Efficiency NB, can be used to offset the cost to repair or replace deteriorating assets. Need help to get started or move on to the next step? Contact us to see how we can accompany your municipality through the process. For more information and training, you can also participate in one of our Capital Planning Guide workshops for municipalities and rural communities. Please fill out the form below to be notified when the schedule for the next series of workshops is available.
RECEIVE A MONTHLY ENERGY EFFICIENCY TIP
Looking for some new and fun ways to help your community take action and save energy? Subscribe
to our mailing list to receive a monthly energy efficiency tip. These fun facts can be incorporated on your website, Twitter or Facebook accounts or in any community publication. Looking for something specific? Browse through our online tips section
to find what you need.
FOSTERING SUSTAINABLE ENERGY EFFICIENT BEHAVIOR
The Tools of Change Website
offers specific social marketing tools, case studies, and a planning guide for helping people take actions and adopt habits that promote health, safety and/or sustainability. A new section of the site now provides quick access to case studies and helpful on-line social marketing resources for those who promote home / building energy-related behaviors
. USING SOCIAL MEDIA IN YOUR MUNICIPALITY
Thousands of elected officials in all levels of government are using social media tools such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, to reach out to and engage with citizens. Social media offers municipalities new ways to update residents and businesses on municipal services. Find out how to develop your own social media strategy to help you put these tools to work in your community through webcasts and resources presented during conferences hosted by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM):Back