Read the update report on the Strategy activities and accomplishments in 2018.
Edmonton's Community Energy Transition Strategy is a risk management strategy designed to make Edmonton an energy sustainable city. This includes actions that will:
- Reduce Edmonton's greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to levels consistent with limiting the long-term rise in the average global temperature to 2 degrees Celsius
- Increase energy efficiency and energy conservation in all sectors
- Ensure Edmonton's energy delivery systems (for electricity and natural gas) are resilient to shocks and disturbances from climate change
- Position Edmonton to participate in what is possibly one of the greatest economic opportunities in history
An energy sustainable city is one that meets the criteria above.
The following reports have been commissioned by the City of Edmonton to assist in the development of Edmonton's Energy Transition Strategy.
Report 1: Cost of Energy Transition
Report 2: Enhancements to Building Code
Report 3: Energy Mapping
Report 4: Solar Ready Buildings
Report 5: Funding and Administration Options
Report 6: Visible Metering
Report 7: Literature Review, Sustainable Cities
Report 8: Clean Energy Financing
The City of Edmonton is currently working to update the Community Energy Transition Strategy. Learn more about the update and opportunities to provide input.