Community Energy and Emissions Plan


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Campbell River spends approximately $110 million per year on energy. With rising energy prices, this cost could almost double in a decade. Reducing energy usage will not only reduce this cost, but also help to reduce GHG emissions. This will help increase energy security while encouraging funds to remain within the community, making Campbell River a more economically viable and livable community that will be more resilient to climate change.

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Click  here  to view the Community Energy & Emissions Plan, revised in 2016.





















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