With funding support from the Ontario government through the Municipal Energy Plan (MEP) Program of the Ministry of Energy, in 2016, the Municipality of Wawa completed the Wawa Energy Plan (WEP) in partnership with Algoma Power Inc. (API), the Economic Development Corporation of Wawa (EDC) and a myriad of community stakeholders. The Plan was identified as a priority in the Wawa Strategic Plan (2010) and the Wawa Municipal Business Plan (2015).
The Wawa Energy Action Plan outlines short, medium and long-term energy goals, objectives and recommended priority actions for implementation. Through community education and energy savings programs provided by the Municipality of Wawa and its partners, Wawa will decrease its energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. Click Here to read the Wawa Energy Plan.
The EDC in partnership with the Municipality and Algoma Power received funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) in April 2016 to implement energy, water and waste reduction programs. The OTF project is a collaborative initiative of the EDC of Wawa, the Municipality of Wawa and Algoma Power Inc.
The Wawa Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan provides information on how the Municipality of Wawa will conserve energy. It outlines:
- Conservation goals and objectives
- Proposed conservation measures
- Estimated costs and benefits
- Renewable Energy opportunities
Watch the video to learn about Wawa’s energy commitment!
Energy Saving Programs:
Programs are available year round to help you save on a wide variety on energy. Click Here to learn more.
MyHydroEye allows you to monitor and manage your cost and consumption of electricity. Look for your account number in your Algoma Power Bill and register online. Click Here to learn more.
Take advantage of the Ontario Electricity Support Program for low income households. Click Here to learn more.
Click on the Following PDFs for some Quick Energy Saving Tips:
The leading grantmaking foundation in Canada, the Ontario Trillium Foundation strengthens the capacity of the voluntary sector through investments in community-based initiatives. An agency of the Government of Ontario, OTF builds healthy and vibrant communities: www.otf.ca