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Posted on: October 7, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Learn about energy efficiency and win!

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Celebrate Energy Efficiency Day October 7 and win
M.D. Municipal Energy Officer spreading energy education to residents

October 7, 2020 – Today is Energy Efficiency Day in the Municipal District of Bonnyville and across North America. 

M.D. Municipal Energy Officer, Joad Clement is offering up his energy expertise to residents in the M.D. and Village of Glendon through an online contest. Residents will answer a few multiple-choice questions about energy efficiency and will have the opportunity to win a home energy assessment performed by Clement. There will also be a secondary prize package containing energy efficient tools and M.D. and Glendon items.

“Awareness around energy use and its large-scale environmental impacts, including climate change, is the first step in effecting behavioral change,” said Clement. “Climate change brings higher risks of extreme temperatures, flooding and drought in the future. However, because the energy we use in our homes is not visible, except on our utility bills that we barely look at, energy efficiency is often considered as an afterthought.”

The home energy assessment prize will help make energy usage more visible.

“We are proud to support energy efficiency initiatives that improve our communities in so many ways – from the creation of local jobs to building and retrofitting municipal buildings and homes to address energy supply limitations,” said M.D. Reeve Greg Sawchuk.

Click here to enter the contest.  

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