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Advocating for local financing options in New Brunswick

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The New Brunswick government is undertaking a consultation process to update and improve the province’s relationship with municipalities. Check out their Green Paper on Local Governance Reform to learn more about the goals and timeline for the process. There’s a great opportunity to improve local communities’ abilities to create good jobs, increase home comfort, address climate change, and reduce home energy costs through energy efficiency financing. Read through the briefing paper below which outlines the opportunity, and how we can unlock this potential. Though the briefing note was submitted to the province as part of their Local Governance Reform consultation on May 31st, we want to continue to build support and demonstrate to the province that there is widespread interest in local energy efficiency financing. 

Do you want municipalities to have greater autonomy to support clean energy projects through local financing programs? Sign on to show your support!

June 21st: Virtual Information Session on Local Clean Energy Financing

Join us at this 1-hour information session (2 – 3PM ADT) hosted by Bruce Cameron of Envigour and Jasmine Bradet, the Outreach Programs Officer at the Green Municipal Fund. They’ll explore the what, how and why of local clean energy financing options for New Brunswick municipalities.

A special thank you to our volunteer campaign organizer:

Jesse Hitchcock

Ashley Abernethy

New Brunswick Regional Champion, Efficiency Canada 

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AEE Canada East
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