Energy Management Plan

The City of St. Catharines' Energy Management Plan was approved by City Council on June 23, 2014.

The Energy Management Plan is design to:

  • Commit the necessary resources to develop and implement a strategic
    energy management plan that will reduce our energy consumption
    and its related environmental impact.
  • Recognize our stewardship responsibilities in our use of finite energy
    resources and to demonstrate leadership, optimize our delivery of services, and enhance the overall quality of life in our community.
  • Provide for ongoing energy monitoring and targeting of utility usage.
  • Address legislated reporting requirements under the Green Energy Act
    O.Reg. 397/11.
  • Establish Facility operational guidelines and define equipment standards
    for City staff to follow.
  • Set 5 year energy reduction targets.
  • Recognize recent energy reduction

Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan update

The City's Energy Management Plan  was designed to meet the requirements of Ontario Regulation 507/18 under the Electricity Act (1998). This regulation requires public agencies develop a five-year plan, and update it every five years.

The City’s current Energy Management Plan was produced in 2014 to satisfy its obligations under a previous regulation (O. Reg. 397/11) , and as such, has developed a draft Energy Conservation and Management Plan to continue to move towards it’s energy conservation goals. 

Green House Gas Report

Check out our green house gas report to see the amount of energy used by City facilities.

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