This system provides renewable energy for heat and hot water to buildings in the neighbourhood.
Neighbourhood renewable energy systems supply centralized heating, hot water, and sometimes cooling for multiple buildings.
These systems use low-carbon renewable energy sources, such as sewage waste heat, to reduce the use of fossil fuels.
They also eliminate the need for boilers in individual buildings, and provide environmentally-friendly, affordable heat and hot water.
Get neighbourhood renewable energy centre guidelines, and learn how systems operate and their advantages.
Information for projects in designated priority areas: Downtown, Cambie and Broadway corridors, and River District.
Learn about neighbourhood renewable energy system providers for systems that are in operation or under development in Vancouver.