The City of Vancouver is seeking innovators with solutions to help transition to 100% renewable energy by 2030. This Targeted Call, the latest from Project Greenlight, is focused on technologies that will help the City’s Neighbourhood Energy Utility (NEU) increase its renewable energy supply.

The NEU is a City-owned district energy system that provides cost-effective, low-carbon space heating and domestic hot water to buildings in the False Creek neighbourhood in Vancouver. The system is rapidly expanding and projected to triple in size over the next 20 years.

To help the NEU transition to 100% renewable energy, the City is seeking a diverse array of solutions. Find more details about the Neighbourhood Utility Targeted Call

Learn more about this Targeted Challenge at an info webinar on October 6. Register. 

The City of Vancouver Targeted Call is one of six challenges currently issued by Project Greenlight. Created by the Vancouver Economic Commission and supported by program delivery partner Foresight, Project Greenlight is sponsored by TD Bank Group and Western Economic Diversification Canada. 

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