How To Use the Home Energy Toolkit
Is your home as energy efficient as it could be? Learn how to use the home energy toolkit to see where your home could save more energy. Learn more about the toolkit and borrow it from any Edmonton Public Library.
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A Tiny Explanation is a series of short how-to videos and infographics to help you take action on climate change. You will find explanations on how to make your home more energy efficient and other big and small changes you can make to help Edmonton be more energy sustainable and resilient. Check out changeforclimate.ca for more ways you can take action.
From solar energy to community gardens and sharing libraries, a community can change for climate and become more sustainable. Get ideas for your neighbourhood. Then apply for an EcoCity Edmonton grant to help fund your project.
Want to make your home more comfortable and energy efficient but not sure where to start? Find out how an EnerGuide home evaluation can help, and find out how to get one.
Right now, Edmonton homeowners can get a rebate of $400 off the cost of an evaluation when they share their results.
Want tips on reducing your environmental impact? Get the lowdown on some easy things you can do to make your life more sustainable with some quick tips taken from our Change For Habits guide.
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