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Cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae blooms, are not common in PEI but can be a concern as some strains can produce toxins that are harmful to human or animal health. In PEI cyanobacteria can be found in shallow, warm, and slow moving or still water (including freshwater ponds). Under certain...
There has never been a better time to make your home energy efficient. And our Net Zero Ambassadors Aaron Walsh, Johnny MacKenzie, Brandon MacQuillan and Julia Doiron are going door-to-door across the province spreading that message and sharing with Islanders information on the Path to Net Zero...
Yesterday (August 12), Conservation Officers and staff from the Department of Environment, Energy and Climate Action responded to a report of dead brook trout in the Morell River. The impacted site is localized to the East Branch of the Morell River. Samples were collected and delivered to...
The Government of Prince Edward Island is offering eligible Islanders and organizations a $500 rebate for those who purchase an e-Bike (Power Assisted Bicycle). The purpose of the program is to encourage greater adoption of Active Transportation options among Islanders. E-Bikes are a cleaner and...
The Bicycle Rebate will help increase active transportation on the Island. The goal is to grow a vibrant culture of cycling in PEI, where many residents incorporate cycling into their active and healthy lifestyles. , Rebate Amount, This is an instant rebate offered at the cash register to PEI...
Who must complete this report?, Applicants who received funding from the Active Transportation (AT) Fund must complete two Progress Reports during the fiscal year of the project. , What is the report for?, These reports will provide information to the Government of PEI on the status of all all...
A summary of Multi-Unit Residential Buildings energy efficiency programs.
Because the cheapest energy is the energy you never use, energy efficiency can save Islanders money and reduce energy use. Islanders who are interested in reducing their energy consumption can benefit from energy efficiency grants and rebates. , For Homeowners, Free heat pumps for low income...