Energy Retrofit

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Review the reporting back for the Residential Energy Retrofit Survey.

The energy we consume to heat, cool and power our homes represents 14 per cent of Kingston’s greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) and cost nearly $90 million, according to the 2017 Community Greenhouse Gas Inventory. GHG emissions, such as carbon dioxide and methane, are contributing to the current climate change crisis.

City Council has directed staff to develop a Home Energy Retrofit Program for residents, as part of its commitment to demonstrating leadership on climate action. This program is being developed to help residents reduce GHG emissions associated with household energy use. It could also lead to savings on home energy costs.



Review the reporting back for the Residential Energy Retrofit Survey.

The energy we consume to heat, cool and power our homes represents 14 per cent of Kingston’s greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) and cost nearly $90 million, according to the 2017 Community Greenhouse Gas Inventory. GHG emissions, such as carbon dioxide and methane, are contributing to the current climate change crisis.

City Council has directed staff to develop a Home Energy Retrofit Program for residents, as part of its commitment to demonstrating leadership on climate action. This program is being developed to help residents reduce GHG emissions associated with household energy use. It could also lead to savings on home energy costs.


  • The survey period has ended.

    Please take 10 minutes to complete the survey. The results will help City staff develop a Home Energy Retrofit Program. No personal information is collected within this survey.

    Survey closes at 4 p.m. on Feb. 17, 2020. 


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