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Community Energy and Emissions Plan (CEEP)

Introduction

The District of Peachland Community Energy and Emissions Plan (CEEP) carves a path towards a low carbon future: A future where District of Peachland residents experience the benefits of a connected, healthy, and economically prosperous community while taking action on climate change and adapting to climate impacts.

The District of Peachland CEEP focuses on leveraging municipal powers to help residents, businesses, and visitors save energy, emissions, and money. It is residents and businesses in the District of Peachland that have the biggest role: a significant reduction in community greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions depends on their individual choices about how to get around, where to live, and how to handle food waste and yard material. The Plan lays out actions for transportation, buildings, waste, and organizational readiness.

The purpose of this Plan is to outline a practical approach for District of Peachland to use its municipal powers to help residents and businesses save energy and, by doing so, save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Final CEEP and Plan Charts