Energy managers improve buildings’ energy efficiency by developing energy management plans, finding energy-saving opportunities, and leading energy reduction projects. The City of St. Albert and Foothills County energy managers were hired through the Action Centre's Municipal Energy Manager program to reduce energy use and emissions.
Get the benefits for longer. With our funding, municipalities save 80 per cent on a new Municipal Energy Manager’s salary - that's up to $160,000! Municipalities that hire an energy manager by April 30, 2021, through the Municipal Energy Manager Program can participate for two years, instead of one.
NEW Blog post! A year of savings with energy managers
The Town of Cochrane and the City of St. Albert are improving their bottom line with the Municipal Energy Manager Program. One year ago, they hired Energy Managers to develop an energy management plan, find energy-saving opportunities, and lead energy reduction projects.
Learn more about their experience in our latest blog post.
Meet municipal energy managers from St. Albert and Cochrane at our first-ever virtual open house on February 25. Ask about their Municipal Energy Manager roles, network with Action Centre staff and other attendees. We'll talk to the two municipal energy managers about their experience after one year participating in the Municipal Energy Manager program. Then, we'll break out into smaller groups for questions and discussion.
Since 2009, Alberta municipalities have been taking bold steps with the Action Centre to address climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. They have improved their overall energy efficiency and saved money for years to come. Join other municipalities in taking action on climate change with one of our funding programs.