CREW P$N - Learn how to SAVE up to 25% & more ON YOUR ELECTRICITY BILL. CREW Power $aving Network (tP$N) electricity self-audit kits are available for borrowing FREE at libraries across Waterloo Region
Learn how to save big on your electricity bill. CREW Power $aving Network (tP$N) electricity self-audit kits are available for borrowing FREE at libraries across Waterloo Region. Contact your local library to reserve. MORE added: Monday, Mar. 18
Governments spend more than $250 billion every year subsidizing the incumbent energy industry - Stern Report
"Governments around the world massively subsidize the coal, oil, and nuclear industries. According to the influential Stern Report, governments spend more than $250 billion every year subsidizing the incumbent energy industry. " - Tony Seba, Solar Trilli MORE added: Friday, Jun. 4
CREW SOLAR - CHECK OUT CREW's SOLAR INITIATIVE for DISTRIBUTED ENERGY(SIDE)2010/11 with Vendor/Installer List
Solar Initiative for Distributed Energy (SIDE) 2010/11 isFacilitated by Community Renewable Energy of Waterloo Region (CREW) and the Greater Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber of Commerce -- To learn more about solar options with CREW and how to use this list.. MORE added: Monday, Jul. 19
CREW & City of Kitchener - GREEN HOUSING Incentive Program launched - Nov 25, Mayor Carl Zehr addresses those assembled while CREW representative Derek Satnik looks on.
The City of Kitchener, in partnership with Community Renewable Energy Waterloo (CREW), offers a grant program that is intended to encourage homebuilders and homebuyers to invest in green buildings, and offset direct building impacts on energy, water and MORE added: Thursday, Nov. 25
CREW - Kitchener, in partnership with CREW, launches GREEN GRANT PROGRAM that provides INCENTIVES TO HOMEBUILDERS AND HOMEOWNERS - Thurs. Nov.25, 9 to 11 a.m.
KITCHENER Â– The City of Kitchener, in partnership with Community Renewable Energy Waterloo (CREW), will officially launch the Kitchener Green Housing Incentive Program (KGHIP) this Thursday, Nov. 25, at the Ontario Green Home, 34 Helena Feasby St., in Ki MORE added: Tuesday, Nov. 23
WeÂ’ll have to pay more for electricity - Woolwich Observer
Rising energy costs are a foregone conclusion. We will be spending more to keep the lights on, to heat our homes and to keep our cars rolling along. The provincial government expects electricity costs to rise 46 per cent over the next five years. Sounds MORE added: Wednesday, Dec. 1
WHERE YOUR ELECTRICITY IS COMING FROM at this very hour: NEW WEBSITE tells you.
Want to know where your electricity supply is coming from this hour? If you live in Ontario, this new website will tell you and what the implications are. Click on MORE added: Tuesday, Jan. 18
Misinformation tactic - Hudak
Ontario Conservative leader Tim Hudak paid a visit to our region recently in order to be vocal about hydro rates. I was disappointed that he did not mention the 10 per cent rebate being given to residential clients and small businesses as of Jan 1 for MORE added: Wednesday, Jan. 19