Oakville’s Community Energy Plan

Together with Sheridan College, the Town of Oakville is helping the community develop a Community Energy Plan (CEP) for Oakville. Review the news release.

Get involved

Members of the public are welcome to attend meetings of the CEP Task Force.

CEP Task Force meeting
Friday, March 22, 2019
9 a.m. - noon
Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre
2302 Bridge Road

Provide your input!

A key component to developing the CEP is hearing from you! We want to know what energy issues matter most to you and the community.

Please take a few moments to complete our survey

We will be updating these pages regularly with more opportunities for you to get involved and provide your input. Please visit often for updated information, meeting dates and public engagement opportunities.

What a community energy plan means to you

Oakville’s CEP will act as a guide to help the town, its residents, and businesses develop and adopt new best practices to improve our overall energy efficiency, reduce energy costs and make positive economic and environmental impacts in our community. The plan will help us look at how we can better use energy in our homes and businesses, through our transportation choices and land use decisions.

The ultimate goal of the plan is to help us as a community:

  • use energy more efficiently and reduce waste
  • reduce energy costs
  • reduce greenhouse gas emissions
  • create more opportunities to attract businesses and jobs
  • increase the security of our energy supply
  • enhance our resiliency to climate change

CEP Task Force

Oakville’s CEP is being developed for the community by the community. The CEP task force is an enthusiastic team of community leaders from local businesses, government, utilities, schools and community groups that will  share their expertise along with community feedback to help shape the vision, goals, targets and actions of the plan.

The task force includes:

  • Blake Smith, Ford Motor Company
  • Mike Branch, Geotab
  • Ryan Merrick, Halton Catholic District School Board
  • Maia Puccetti, Halton District School Board
  • Kisa Kohler, Halton Environmental Network
  • John Matthiesen, Hatch
  • Fraser Damoff, IESO
  • Subhi Alsayed, Mattamy Homes
  • Josh Shook, Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines
  • Roya Khaleeli, Minto
  • Scott Mudie, Oakville Hydro
  • Councillor Peter Longo, Oakville Town Council
  • Karen Brock, Oakvillegreen Conservation Association
  • Herb Sinnock, Sheridan College
  • Chris Norris, Siemens
  • Pauline Watson, resident
  • Harry Shea, resident
  • Ian Dunbar, Enbridge Gas

For more information

Questions? Contact communityenergy@oakville.ca.