AHMA is working with their members, BC Hydro and FortisBC to improve energy efficiency in their buildings
Aboriginal Housing Management Association (AHMA)
AHMA is an umbrella organization composed of 52 Members that are each Indigenous Housing and Service providers. Our members represent over 8,000 Indigenous families living in urban, rural, and northern regions of British Columbia. Created for Indigenous Peoples by Indigenous Peoples, we are the first Indigenous Housing Authority in Canada and second globally. We are direct partners with the Provincial government, and our mission is to advance the housing rights for all Indigenous Peoples living in B.C.
Energy efficiency and conservation are crucial to meeting Canada’s climate targets and adapting to climate change. Building-related emissions can be reduced by consuming less energy for heating and cooling, and improving building envelopes is crucial to building resiliency. AHMA is working with its membership, BC Hydro and Fortis BC, to improve the energy efficiency of buildings, reduce the cost of energy, and improve comfort and safety.
Join this free webinar on February 22, 2022, from 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. PST