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This pre-feasibility study assesses the viability of developing electrical and telecommunications connections between Yukon and southeast Alaska.
The Yukon government is seeking public feedback on a draft Biomass Energy Strategy. The goal of this strategy is to facilitate the development of a biomass energy sector to help heat buildings and homes using wood, Yukon’s primary biomass resource. Yukon residents are encouraged to review the proposed strategy and provide feedback by 4 p.m. on Friday, June 26, 2015.
This new incentive program directly assists Yukon apartment and condominium owners in retrofitting their buildings to improve energy performance and reduce energy consumption, costs and emissions. A second component of the program targets the overall lighting efficiency of commercial and institutional buildings by encouraging building owners to upgrade to energy efficient and long lasting LED lighting systems.
The new program will come into effect on May 1, 2015.
The Yukon government is introducing a new energy incentive program that supports Yukoners in renovating existing homes or in building new super-insulated homes to achieve greater energy savings. Another component of the new program offers an incentive to reduce the capital costs of installing smaller-scale, residential renewable energy system to generate electricity.
The Yukon government is currently developing a policy for independent power production. The goal of this policy is to support the participation of independent power producers in the development and expansion of environmentally sound and affordable electrical supply for customers while respecting the integrity of the existing electrical system. Public consultation was held over the summer of 2014.
The Yukon government’s Micro-generation Production Incentive program will allow customers who produce energy from renewable energy sources to be compensated annually for feeding surplus power to the grid.
If you rent housing in Yukon, you can be energy efficient too! Our Quick Start Home Energy Kit includes easy to use products to conserve water, electricity and heat. By taking advantage of all the energy-saving tools included in the Quick Start Home Energy Kit, you can start saving money and energy today.
Energy Costs in Yukon
See Yukon Housing’s Energy Cost Graphs for various fuel types and heating appliance efficiencies.
Refrigerator Retirement Program
Contact us to retire your refrigerator and receive $50 per appliance!