Think of the Community Energy plan as a road map towards a cheaper, brighter future where you can have a direct impact on what happens in your town. A plan like this involves looking at what you have in the present and seeing what changes can be made to be more energy efficient in the future. Energy Efficiency is not the only concept that will be explored in this plan; we may consider solar, wind or natural gas options for the town as a whole. To decide what ideas should be explored for this Community Energy Plan, we require feedback from you.
The Stratford Community Energy Plan is meant to help Stratford residents and businesses become more resilient and self-sufficient with the hope of increasing overall well-being and health of the community. This plan will help reduce energy costs, decrease greenhouse gas emissions and increase the use of renewable resources. The Community Energy Plan is meant to make more efficient use of local, non-renewable resources and decrease the energy use of residents and businesses.
If you would like to know more about the Stratford Community Energy Plan, please review the following documents.
- Community Energy Plan Project Primer
- Project Timeline Report
- Official Public Engagement Plan
- Sustainable Strategic Plan
- Stratford Wind Energy Policy
- Stratford Climate Change Adaption Plan
- Stratford GHG Emissions Inventory-Draft
Funded By the FCM Green Municipal Fund
Project Partners: Maritime Electric and Stratford Area Watershed Improvement Group (SAWIG)
With support from the PEI Energy Corporation and the PEI Office of Energy Efficiency