The purpose of this guide is to provide congregations with information and suggestions on energy efficiency and how to retrofit their place of worship. This guide complements the information provided at the Interfaith Symposium on Energy Efficiency hosted at St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church in Halifax on June 24, 2006. The organizer of this Symposium was the Climate Change Centre (hosted at Clean Nova Scotia). Funding for the event was generously provided by the Nova Scotia Department of Energy.
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