Energy Use Reports

Timmins 5-Year Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan

The Corporation of the City of Timmins has developed a comprehensive 5-Year Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan (CDM). The CDM Plan was undertaken to respond to the Green Energy Act. Ontario Regulation 397/11 made under the Green Energy Act, 2009 and published on August 25, 2011, requires all public agencies to prepare an Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan (“the CDM Plan”).

This CDM Plan fulfils the reporting requirements of the Green Energy Act, providing the City of Timmins with a framework to support continued energy and sustainability initiatives within the built environment as well as operations and programs.

The Plan further identifies opportunities for continued energy conservation measures and sustainability initiatives to build on existing plans and conservation efforts. Implementation of all initiatives will be subject to future budget approvals.

Our Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan has been developed to address the fiscal, societal, and environmental costs and risks associated with energy consumption.  Proper energy management will allow the City of Timmins to display leadership, improve the delivery of services, and enhance the overall quality of life within the City.

Download the Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan

In compliance with the Green Energy Act (Ontario Regulation 397/11), the City of Timmins is committed to reporting the annual energy use and greenhouse (GHG) emissions. Our goal is to continue to reduce our GHG's to positively impact our environment. The City of Timmins energy conservation and demand management (CDM) plan consists of a facility statistical breakdown and highlights about energy consumption. Hard copies of the CDM Plan are available at Timmins City Hall, located at 220 Algonquin Blvd. 

Ontario Regulation 507/18 – Broader Public Sector: Energy Reporting and Conservation and Demand Management Plans.

In compliance with the Electricity Act, the City of Timmins monitors, tracks and reports on building performance using Energy Star Portfolio Manager. The Energy Start Portfolio Manager provides a national standard that can be used to benchmark and compare our buildings’ energy use.