Yellowknife

Information on the community of Yellowknife

Posters

The Yellowknife community energy plan was created by a committee of Yellowknifers with project management assistance from AEA. The energy planning committee sought input from the public, sorted through all the suggestions and commissioned studies to figure out how to apply the best ideas to Yellowknife's unique situation. 

The Yellowknife Community Energy Plan - A summary of all the studies and lists 12 recommendations.

Facilities Report - A summary of projects the City could do to save energy in its buildings and facilities.

The Fleet Management Study - How to save energy in the City's fleet of vehicles.

Financing Options for Internal Green Energy Projects - How to use energy savings to fund more energy saving projects in City operations.

Financing Options for External Green Energy Projects - How to use energy savings to fund energy saving projects in the whole Yellowknife community.

Definition of Sustainable Planning Principles - A review of current "best-practices" in sustainable planning and recommends 21 sustainable planning principles for Yellowknife.

Life-cycle Cost Analysis - Energy Standards for New Buildings - a summary of the economic impact of using EGH-80 and CBIP as a standard for new homes and buildings in Yellowknife.

Transportation Report - Looks at how Yellowknife could reduce energy used in transportation.

CEP Communications Plan - Looks at how the City of Yellowknife could share its energy successes with the public.

Definition of Sustainable Planning Principles - A review of current "best-practices" in sustainable planning and recommends 21 sustainable planning principles for Yellowknife.

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Community Energy Efficiency and Renewable Projects Summary:

  • Information provided is based on data available to AEA and may not be exhaustive
  • Home evaluations are counted per evaluation and include both Plan evaluations (pre-construction) and On-site evaluations (post-construction)

Latest Yellowknife News

Annual Meetings

All Arctic Energy Alliance offices will be closed during the week of May 11th for our annual staff retreat meeting.

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Research Collaboration with Concordia University Student

A Master’s student from Concordia University arrived in Yellowknife April 22nd to start an independent research project on energy efficient housing in Yellowknife, in collaboration with Arctic Energy Alliance.

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Walk to Tuk Team

Arctic Energy Alliance is pleased to have a 10 member team for the NWT Recreation and Parks Association’s “Walk to Tuk” event. 

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