Green home show getting ready to energize Trail

Trail’s first ever Green Home, Energy & Transportation Show is happening November 14 at the Riverbelle. Come by to find out all about green energy, home energy efficiency, zero emission cars and more. There’s never been a trade show like this in Trail. It’s an opportunity to talk to tradespeople who can answer all your questions about green home energy retrofits and renewable energy…

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Regional Energy Efficiency Program

The Regional District Central Kootenay (RDCK) is committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and has developed the Regional Energy Efficiency Program (REEP). The program offers two streams: Home Renovation and New Home. The energy efficient home renovation stream provides incentives that support energy audits and access to rebates. The energy efficient new-home education stream provides…

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New Denver, BC is 11th community in Canada committed to 100% renewable energy no later than 2050

On Tuesday, the Village of New Denver passed a resolution at Council to reach 100% Renewable Energy by 2050. It was so exciting to see the Mayor and Council commit to 100% renewable energy, making New Denver the eleventh municipality in Canada and the fifth in the West Kootenays to be energy leaders. They join the City of Rossland – who just signed-on to 100% renewable energy earlier in the week…

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Rossland is the 10th city in Canada to say yes to 100% renewable energy

Something really exciting happened last night. The City of Rossland passed a resolution that aims to transition the community to 100% Renewable Energy by 2050. This makes Rossland the 10th municipality in Canada, and the fourth in the West Kootenays alongside the Village of Slocan, the City of Nelson, and the Regional District of Central Kootenay to be a bold leader. I grew up in Guelph, Ontario…

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Over 30 local businesses & organizations support 100% renewable energy

Over 30 local businesses and organizations have signed-on to support the transition to 100% renewable energy no later than 2050 in their West Kootenay communities. Groups that have signed-on to support this transition to 100% renewable energy are from diverse sectors ranging from retailers, restaurants, fitness businesses, green building and energy companies to health practitioners, faith…

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Mesla Energy supports 100% renewable energy in Creston

Mesla Energy Inc has joined over 30 businesses and organizations throughout the West Kootenays in signing on to support 100% renewable energy by 2050. Find out why Mesla Energy signed on: Q. Why did you sign on to support 100% renewable energy?  A. To keep informed and to lend support to the EcoSociety mandate.   Q. What are you already doing or planning on doing to make…

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