By making a few simple changes to your daily routine, our community can continue to demonstrate leadership and protect the mountain culture we love.
More than 65 per cent of Whistler’s community-wide greenhouse gas emissions come from passenger vehicle travel. The single most important action we can take is to drive our cars less.
Many ride-share options are available in the Sea to Sky corridor: find out more and start using shuttles, ride share, and carpool options today.
Here are some ways to make your home more energy efficient
- Get a $250 rebate on a Home Energy Assessment. Learn how to make your home more energy efficient by participating in the Power Down to Save Up Home Energy Assessment program. In addition to the assessment rebate, homeowners can receive potentially thousands in new HERO rebates (Home Energy Rebate Offer) available through BC Hydro and FortisBC.
- Join BC Hydro’s Team Power Smart: Learn how to save energy and money with online tips and tools. Visit BC Hydro's Power Smart website.
- Efficiency BC: Is BC's online hub for homeowners and businesses to access information, incentives and support to reduce energy use and GHG emissions in new and existing homes and buildings. More information available at Incentives and Rebates and Efficiencybc.ca.
Here are some ways to make your business more energy efficient
- Become Climate Smart. This program is designed to help small businesses calculate their total emissions nd reduce their energy costs through coaching support and access to utility product incentives. Learn more.
- Expand your measurement of success. There are over 2,000 Certified B Corporations from 50 countries and over 130 industries working together. Learn more.
- BC Hydro Commercial Sector Programs. BC Hydro provides a variety of tools, initiatives and incentives to help businesses save energy and money, including an online energy manager, a productive incentive program, workplace conservation awareness tools and more. Learn more about BC Hydro’s Commercial Sector Programs.