New Westminster and Port Coquitlam fight against climate protection by restricting property owners from upgrading their buildings, says new data

New Westminster and Port Coquitlam fight against climate protection by restricting property owners from upgrading their buildings, says new data

By Brandon Harding, Vice President

New Westminster and Port Coquitlam fight against climate protection by restricting property owners from upgrading their buildings, says new data. A study released by FortisBC shows how minor improvements can lead to reducing emissions by the equivalent of 43,000 gas-powered cars. “The basic upgrades alone reduce domestic hot water energy use by an average of about 12 percent per year”, this has a significant impact on our ecological footprint.

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