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LiveSmart BC Efficiency Incentives Increased to Bring the Benefits Home Homeowners across the province once again have access to thousands of dollars in LiveSmart BC grants for energy efficiency improvements to their homes.
Free 'Tap By Tap' Energy and Water Savings Kits for Saanich Residents Free Energy and Water Saving Kits ($35 retail value) are now available for District of Saanich residents thanks to the Tap By Tap Saanich initiative.
ENERGY STAR For New Homes Initiative Launches in BC ENERGY STAR qualified homes are 25% more energy efficient than those built to minimum provincial building codes, ensuring savings in energy costs for new home buyers.
Save Big Bucks on Solar Hot Water in the City of Vancouver $4300 Incentive from City and Terasen Gas Targets New & Existing Homes
Capital Regional District Launches GreenStart Business Program The CRD and City Green are launching a new pilot program called GreenStart, designed to educate and assist small businesses in reducing their environmental impacts and improving their bottom line.
An Energy Inventory Survey Coming to You This Fall The Cooperative Housing Federation of BC has partnered with City Green and eaga Canada to inventory the energy use of housing coops across BC so that they can calculate energy savings and be ready for opportunities to access funding for upgrades.
City Green Receives Business Environmental Award from Saanich Mayor District of Saanich Mayor Frank Leonard and the Saanich Environmental Advisory Committee presented City Green Solutions with the Saanich 2010 Business Environmental Award at a reception last evening.
Green Building Bulletin For Real Estate Professionals City Green’s bulletin for realtors about green building training, news, services, and more. To sign up for this newsletter, email
Tips for Keeping Your Home Cool in a Heat Wave and all Summer Long Is the record-breaking heat this week making you think about adding insulation to your house? Maybe it should, says Gwendal Castellan, a Certified Energy Advisor working with City Green Solutions.
Energy Minister gives “green” light to low-income energy programs Ontario Energy Minister directed the Ontario Energy Board (OEB), and the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) to develop energy saving programs for low-income Ontarians.