YEG Lunch & Learn Implementation of the City of Edmonton's Community Energy Transition Strategy

YEG Lunch & Learn Implementation of the City of Edmonton's Community Energy Transition Strategy


Tuesday, September 20
11:30 AM


Tuesday, September 20
1:00 PM

The City of Edmonton's corporate Sustainable Building Policy (C532), established in 2008, strives to ensure that City-owned buildings are designed and constructed to an environmentally sustainable standard. A policy review is underway to transform the currently design and construction focused policy into an integrated sustainable building policy that will better enable the achievement of the City's sustainability goals throughout the entire lifecycle of City buildings.

This presentation will provide highlights of the collaborative processes and the energy and cost modeling underway to support policy development, and provide a sneak peek on the recommended policy changes. 

JENNY HONG, Senior Project Manager - City of Edmonton 

Jenny Hong is a Senior Project Manager with The City of Edmonton's City Environmental Strategies section. Her main focus is on planning and implementation of policies that aim to advance energy efficiency and renewables within City operations and in the community. Jenny has a Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Engineering and Master of Public Health, both from the University of Alberta. Previously, she has led capital construction projects at the world-renown Edmonton Waste Management Centre; and also led the development of environmental health related policies at Alberta Health. She has over 10 years of experience navigating projects in both the environmental and public health world. She calls herself an enthusiastic generalist and is particularly interested using collaborative, multidisciplinary approaches to facilitate energy transition in our communities.

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City Hall
1 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, Alberta
T5J 2R7

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