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|Manitoba Hydro is committed to promoting efficiency in the end-use of energy. Through its Power Smart for Business programs, Manitoba Hydro helps companies of all types and sizes become more energy efficient. Current incentive programs offer solutions that provide energy savings while protecting the environment. For more information on Power Smart for Business visit www.hydro.mb.ca/psfb|
|The City of Winnipeg is committed to sustainability and to providing citizens with lifestyle options that enhance our community’s long term environmental, social and economic resilience. Current initiatives include corporate energy efficiency initiatives, a corporate green building policy, and targeted public incentives for home energy efficiency upgrades and water conservation. Visit www.winnipeg.ca to learn more.|
|The Province of Manitoba is a recognized leader in sustainability and has enacted dozens of initiatives, laws and programs aimed at protecting and improving the province's environment. Current commitments include Manitoba's Green Building Policy, energy and water efficiency code amendments and the Manitoba Geothermal Energy Incentive Program, which includes tax incentives under the Manitoba Green Energy Equipment Tax Credit and a provincial grant program for homeowners, commercial building owners, and manufacturers. Manitoba actively promotes programs that protect our natural environment and build a strong green economy for the future. For more information on Manitoba's green building initiatives, please visit http://www.gov.mb.ca/mit/greenbuilding/.|
|The Manitoba E-Association is a not-for-profit organization committed to the facilitation, adoption and utilization of innovative e-solutions by collaborating with organizations and/or communities to build e-capacity. It further believes that the energy efficiencies desired by green buildings can be enhanced by through the utilization of current technologies. Please visit http://www.mb.e-association.ca/cim/301.dhtm for more information.|