The City of Campbell River’s Community Energy and Emissions Plan sets greenhouse gas reduction targets to help reduce community energy use. Green building techniques and energy efficiency and conservation are methods that help the City work toward these goals. To improve your home or office’s energy efficiency, you may want to start by having an energy evaluation, or by making energy upgrades such as improving insulation, installing efficient lighting and upgrading your heating system. This section offers tips and tricks on how to make buildings more energy efficient.

Power Down Campbell River

Power Down Campbell River is an incentive program that offers thousands in rebates to homeowners to make their homes more energy efficient and comfortable....more...

Easy Renovation Tips

Learn how to make efficiency a priority when undertaking home renovation projects more...

Energy Audit Resources

Contact information for energy audit companies.  more...

Green Building Leaders

This project is an opportunity for leading local governments to advance progressive green building regulations that will help their communities reduce emissions while setting the stage for broader change in the province. more...


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