Plan, implement and scale up innovative financing models for residential energy projects. Our new $300 million initiative helps municipalities deliver energy efficient financing programs for low-rise residential properties.
Improve the energy efficiency and affordability of your community’s affordable rental housing units. Our $300 million initiative offers support to retrofit existing affordable housing units, or construct energy efficient new builds that emit lower GHG emissions.
The Green Municipal Fund’s (GMF) Community Buildings Retrofit (CBR) initiative supports local governments and not-for-profit organizations in retrofitting public buildings to improve energy performance, lower operating and maintenance costs, and transition to cleaner energy solutions over time.
We fund capital projects that use recovered or renewable thermal energy in new or existing facilities. This funding helps Canadian cities and communities of all sizes use less energy, which reduces their greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) and improves their air quality.
Solutions for Canadian communities to achieve significant GHG emissions reductions in buildings and meet long-term sustainability objectives.
Learn how to design, deliver and market a home upgrade financing program for your community.
Are you an affordable housing provider looking to retrofit existing units or construct energy-efficient new builds? FCM is teaming up with the Community Housing Transformation Centre to support a new pilot initiative – Regional Energy Coaches (REC).
Tools to implement your municipal home energy upgrade financing program. Read guidebooks and case studies to see how municipalities are designing home upgrade financing programs.
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The Green Municipal Fund is a $1 billion program, delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and funded by the Government of Canada.