Community Energy & Emissions Inventory

Community Energy and Emission Inventory (CEEP)

The Revelstoke Community Energy and Emissions Plan (CEEP) is a unique approach to community energy planning. By integrating three processes, the product of the CEEP is a dynamic and thorough plan that will inform the future planning decision-making processes of the City of Revelstoke. Further, this CEEP will encourage and facilitate energy conservation and greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction at the community level. In addition to this document, two reports have been produced with a highly technical focus on the opportunity of district energy (DE) expansion in Revelstoke. The City recognizes that expansion of a district energy system (DES) would impact the future energy profile of the community, but requires policy support through land use and development to facilitate expansion. The District Energy Expansion Pre-Feasibility Study and the Revelstoke Community Energy Corporation Tools and Strategies for Business Planning documents offer strategies and recommendation for DE expansion in Revelstoke.

This CEEP report was generally guided by the following steps, which are detailed in the introduction of this document:

  1. Baseline Inventory
  2. Forecasting and Projections
  3. Opportunity Assessment
  4. Community Outreach & Stakeholder Engagement
  5. Recommendations
  6. Target Setting
  7. Implementation
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