Canadian communities are playing increasingly important roles in shaping Canada’s energy sector through the implementation of Community Energy Plans (CEPs). CEPs are used as tools to shape how energy is produced and used within a community, many including objectives to create or expand district energy networks and combined heat and power (CHP) systems. Communities’ ability to implement district energy and CHP extends beyond facilitating a supportive policy environment, as the second highest proportion of current facilities are directly owned by municipal or First Nations governments (CIEEDAC, 2015). This presentation will investigate the impact of CEPs on development.
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