You may remember that Yukon Energy hosted a three-day energy charrette this past March. Close to 100 people came together to talk about how to meet the territory's future energy needs. The purpose of the charrette was to educate the participants, help inform Yukon Energy's updated 20-year Resource Plan, develop guiding principles for energy decision making and to find out how Yukoners want to be involved in planning Yukon's energy future.
We also held discussions in three rural Yukon communities, and input from those meetings was included as part of the charrette process.
We have completed a summary report of the charrette and community meetings, and we want to share it with you. Charrette participants have already had a chance to review it and have made some comments, which you will see at the back of the report.
Charrette participants and the general public is invited to an ‘After Hours’ event on Monday, July 25th starting at 4:30 p.m. at the High Country Inn, Whitehorse. Together we'll review the summary report. We'll also talk about next steps, including the progress of our updated 20-year Resource Plan, a draft of which we expect to have available later this year. We hope you can make it.
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