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Energy Program

Energy Advisor Program

Are you a business owner looking to save money and be more energy efficient?

Find out more about the LiveSmart BC program here.

Strategies and Policies

Burrard Inlet Environmental Action Program

The Burrard Inlet Environmental Action Program is an inter-governmental partnership established to coordinate management of one of the most significant aquatic ecosystems in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia -- Burrard Inlet. Find out more about the Burrard Inlet Environmental Action program.

Anti-idling information

The idling of vehicles in Port Moody contributes to climate change and negatively impacts our local air quality. According to Natural Resources Canada, a typical vehicle produces approximately three times its weight in carbon dioxide each year. Find out more about Port Moody's anti-idling intiatives.


The City of Port Moody is dedicated to protecting our environment by providing consumers with a same, convenient, cost-effective program for the collection, recycling and responsible disposal of a variety of products and substances. Read more about our recycling program.

Energy Conservation

Free Energy Efficiency Assessments for Businesses

Free energy efficiency assessments are available for businesses in your communities through LiveSmart BC. Just click on the map in this link  to find the Business Energy Advisors that serve your area. They will help businesses with energy efficiency measures that have a short payback, as well as obtaining rebates from BC Hydro, FortisBC, etc.

This can help your communities with meeting your Bill 27 targets, and can help your businesses to be more competitive.

Greenhouse gas initiatives

The City of Port Moody is making progress in its campaign against climate change. Port Moody plays a leadership role in implementing its plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Find out more about our greenhouse gas intitiatives.

Water conservation

Read the Drinking Water Management Plan from Metro Vancouver.

Last updated: 16/10/2017 2:26:38 PM