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Climate Action

Summerland created its first Climate Action Plan (2MB PDF) in March of 2011. Summerland is committed to climate action and has signed on to the BC Climate Action Charter.

Climate Action Revenue Incentive Program (CARIP)

Climate action is a key provincial priority and local governments are key partners in helping to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and create complete, compact and energy-efficient communities.

The Climate Action Revenue Incentive Program (CARIP) is a conditional grant program that provides funding to BC Climate Action Charter (Charter) signatories equivalent to one hundred percent of the carbon taxes they pay directly. This funding supports local governments in their efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and move forward on achieving their Charter goals.

2016 Climate Action Revenue Incentive (CARIP) Public Report
2015 CARIP Climate Action/Carbon Neutral Progress Survey
CARIP Public Reporting - Carbon Neutral Progress Survey 2014 (502 KB)

Solar Energy in Summerland

As one of only a few municipalities in British Columbia to own an electric utility, Summerland is uniquely positioned to be able to generate power within the District. Solar energy has become a leading source of power across the globe, and Summerland is exploring how solar energy can best be utilized by our electrical utility, and how we can best support our community to take advantage of this source of energy.

For more information about solar energy in Summerland, click here

Join the Climate Action Mailing List

If you would like to be added to the Climate Action Mailing list, please send an email to the contact below.

For More Information

Contact us at 250-404-4068 or climate.action@summerland.ca