Ontario regulation 507/18 (formerly 397/11) requires all broader public sector organizations to annually report their energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. As part of this regulation, public agencies are also required to develop and implement Conservation and Demand Management (CDM) plans, which are updated every 5 years. The purpose of these plans is to assist public agencies in devising strategies to improve energy management and conservation at the corporate level.
In 2014, the County of Huron developed their first CDM plan, which proposed several measures to reduce energy consumption within County-owned buildings by 2018. The 2019-2023 CDM update reports on the energy reduction progress that the County has achieved to date, as well as proposes new measures that will oversee energy conservation and management for the next 5 years.
The County’s 2014 and 2019 CDM plans are linked below, as well as the County’s annual energy reports as mandated by the province.
For more information or to provide comments and energy saving ideas please contact Barbara Hall, Manager, Housing and Property Services, Huron County Social and Property Services Department at 519.482.8505, ext. 4254 or 1.888.371.5718 (Toll Free).