Join CEA for a webinar featuring practical examples of local and regional collaboration that have resulted in additional capacity and funding to implement climate-related projects.
The Province of BC recently announced that every local government across BC will soon be getting more funding to support climate action initiatives. This support comes at a critical time, as many communities work to cut those emissions in half this decade. The speed and scale of these reductions and the regional nature of many solutions necessitate cross-community collaboration, particularly for capacity-constrained small communities. To support communities and meet them where they are at, CEA is hosting a webinar that will showcase real examples of this type of collaboration—where relatively small investments from local governments were leveraged into high-impact projects. Join us on May 30 at noon to learn more and help prepare your community to maximize the impact of this new funding.
12:00 Opening and the case for collaboration
Presentations on collaboration models from project experts
– Shared Community Energy Manager, Regional District of East Kootenay,
– Regional Retrofit Concierge Program in the Sea to Sky: Retrofit Assist
– Multiregional EV Charging Networks
– Regional Climate Service, Capital Regional District
Q&A with the audience
Announcement of CEA collaboration support offer
1:30 Optional small group discussion on collaboration ideas