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Sustainable and Affordable Housing A housing project in Scotland proves that cutting-edge design and affordability are not mutually exclusive.
City Green to present at Kimberley 'green' Home Show Building Sustainability: A Green Homes and Renovations Conference is coming January 29 and 30, 2010, to Kimberley, BC, presented by Wildsight with partners the Columbia Basin Trust, Kootenay Rockies Innovation Council, City of Kimberley, City Green and the BC Heritage Branch.
Video: Time of Sale Pilot Project In Oak Bay & Salt Spring Island See Torsten Reiman, a City Green Certified Energy Advisor, identify the air leaks in a home using a blower door fan test.
Access to Grants, Utility Savings, and Improving Housing: Getting Easier Through City Green Services BC non-profit societies that own and or manage multi-unit residential buildings, now have greater accessibility to federal grants when making improvements to building energy efficiency.
Oak Bay homes model test for energy efficiency Real estate board, City Green and the province team up to give home buyers and sellers more information about properties
Fortis BC Helps Light Up the Season FortisBC is helping light up the holidays for low- and fixed-income customers and not-for-profit organizations this winter. FortisBC PowerSense is donating energy efficient lighting products to a number of not-for- profit organizations in Kelowna and the West Kootenay region.
The case for a national strategy on low income energy efficiency Programs such as BUILD have the potential to improve energy efficiency for low-income people, thereby reducing greenhouse gases while decreasing high energy burdens facing low-income households.
City Green Advisor and Family Live Green When a family owns two sets of tandem bikes you get the impression they mean business about being green.
Additional $205 million for ecoENERGY Retrofit Grant Program Due to unprecedented demand for Ottawa's ecoEnergy Retrofit programs, the Tories will take $205 million from the Clean Energy Fund to finance 120,000 additional retrofits for Canadian homeowners
Provincial Program Full, but Federal Home Energy Efficiency Grants Still Available The LiveSmart BC Efficiency Incentive program was wildly successful in BC – so successful that provincial grant money planned to last for three years was completely allocated in just 15 months; however, the federal grants of up to $5000 are still available.