solar panel roof at the Selkirk Rec Complex

One person upgrading to energy efficient windows might not save the world, but together we can make small changes to the places we live and work in. This will lower how much energy our community needs, ultimately saving us money.

Spencer Hruden is the city’s Energy Efficiency Program Administrator; he works closely with Efficiency Manitoba and is here to help you! 

person standing with an electric vehicle near a charging station.

Spencer can help you in various ways, including:

  • Helping you navigate the complicated world of government grants and loans to lower how much energy is needed to heat and cool your home.
  • Showing you how energy efficiency upgrades improve the value and comfort of your home, and how much it can lower your energy bill.
  • Connecting business owners with the resources to lower their energy bills.
  • Explaining how to make the switch from a gas vehicle to an electric one, in an era of rising gas prices.
  • Sharing other ways to lower your carbon footprint. Only an email away!

Be connected with Spencer by phone: 204-785-4900