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City's, BC Hydro's Energy Challenge heating up among local families The Power Down Campbell River home energy video challenge has five families fighting to lower their energy bills and capture the funniest video footage during their energy conservation journey.
Saving Money and Taking Action, Tap by Tap The Tap by Tap Program, first piloted in 2011, is targeting bathroom and kitchen retrofits in 3,000 residential units across the capital region to save a projected 72,000,0000 litres of potable water and nearly 500 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually.
LiveSmart BC program extended for one year In partnership with BC Hydro and FortisBC, the Province of British Columbia is extending the popular LiveSmart BC: Efficiency Incentive Program, which gives homeowners up to $3,500 in rebates for energy saving improvements to their homes.
Money-Wise Water Heaters Tankless or "on-demand" water heaters warm up water only when needed.
Finalists gear up to cut power use Energy coach finds plenty of ways to save at the Pear Tree restaurant. But the competition, a rehabilitation and physiotherapy centre, will have to think outside the box to find ways to save.
Local merchants will get free energy assessments Township of Langley businesses can get help reducing energy usage, and saving money
Event: What if Your House Had An Energy Bill of Zero? On Tuesday, February 5th from 6:30 – 8:00pm at the Maple Ridge Council Chambers, Lorraine Gauthier of Ontario’s NOW House Project, local green businesses, and District Staff will come together to discuss how you could save $ and lower your house’s carbon footprint.
Be Water Wise 1,500 South Okanagan-Similkameen residents are now saving energy and water through the Tap by Tap program. To celebrate, organizers threw a party in an appropriately xeriscaped garden.
Experts offer renovation tips, talk LiveSmart BC When it comes to making your home more energy efficient, renovations hold great potential. Big change can mean a big price tag, so it's important to do things right.
Catching the Cold Spots "We noticed an immediate difference," said Richard Linzey after upgrading his heritage home.