Using less electricity, natural gas, gasoline and diesel will save you money and help improve our impact on the environment. Conserving energy reduces the need to produce energy from non-renewable sources and improves our air quality.
On May 4, from 9 a.m to 1 p.m., join us for a free community event at Glen Abbey Recreation Centre. Event includes:
The showcase is part of a two-week climateXchange series to help you reduce your footprint and better prepare for a changing climate.
Every year the town reduces non-essential lighting in support of Earth Hour. With your participation in 2019, we reduced energy consumption 3.2 percent (3.8 MegaWatts MW), the equivalent of turning off 63,000 60 watt light bulbs. Between 2008, we have saved a total of 94 MW, the equivalent of turning off 1.5 million 60 watt light bulbs!
Bring the spirit of Earth Hour to your everyday life. Learn ways to conserve energy below!
Oakville is developing a Community Energy Plan with community partners Sheridan College and the Oakville Energy Task Force. Have your say in how we can reduce energy costs, create green jobs and lower our greenhouse emissions as a community.
For energy conservation tips at home open How To Conserve Energy At Home (pdf).
For energy conservation tips for businesses open How To Conserve Energy At Business (pdf).