Energy Efficiency Toolbox

The Energy Efficiency Toolbox has been produced by the MCCAC to help Alberta municipalities and their residents take energy efficiency measuring into their own hands and get an up close look at ways to conserve energy and lower costs in their municipal buildings and operations. The Energy Efficiency Toolbox contains a number of tools to experiment with which will each provide a range of information on different areas of energy consumption and allow you to understand how to become more efficient. 

An accompanying Energy Efficiency Toolbox Manual had been developed to provide an overview of the intended use and contents of the toolboxes. It is essential to thoroughly read both the Energy Efficiency Toolbox Manual as well as all other device instruction manuals provided before using any of the equipment to ensure proper use and safety. 

There are currently two Energy Efficiency Toolboxes assembled and ready for use. Both Toolboxes are currently located at the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) offices, 8616 51 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 6E6. Alberta municipalities are encouraged to contact the MCCAC to arrange to borrow the Energy Efficiency Toolboxes at their own convenience, either by picking them up in person or by making arrangements to have them delivered.