Local renewable energy

We need to electrify heating and transportation to meet our climate targets. The path to net zero emissions requires these steps:

  1. Reduce energy demand
  2. Improve energy efficiency
  3. Switch to zero emissions options

We can help meet this need for electricity with local production, such as solar power. This will reduce the need to build new grid-scale generating capacity.

The City of Winnipeg continues to examine renewable energy for City operations.

More information on City directed action for local renewable energy:

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