Welcome to Green Leagues!

Mission: To help Edmonton Community Leagues become leaders in energy efficiency and solar power for their communities.


To accomplish our mission, the Green Leagues program hosts workshops, creates online resources, and provides one-to-one support for Community League projects. 


Here to Help

Our Energy Transition Advisor is here to help you! 

  •     energy efficiency or solar project planning
  •     grant writing
  •     contractor vetting
  •     project management
  •     community celebration and education
  •     And MORE

Tools are available to help you each step of the way as well, including a Sustainability Director Job Description, sustainability grant information, and more!


Contact Green Leagues at 780-437-2913 or GreenLeagues@efcl.org


Check out the Green Projects across the City!

If you know of a project that is not represented on the map, let us know! Contact us at GreenLeagues@efcl.org




Read what the other leagues are up to!

Click here to learn about projects that are happening in the community leagues!




In 2018, the Green Leagues program continued in assisting community leagues with their sustainability initiatives.




The third annual Green Leagues Energy 101 workshop series had each workshop fully subscripted with Community League members learning about sustainable planning, energy efficiency, solar PV, and green funding opportunities for their Community Leagues

Green Leagues also saw an expanded interest in various other types of sustainability initiatives from Community Leagues and hosted workshops on building new halls, community gardens, waste management, and low impact development as a result.

Through these workshops, development of online resources, one-to-one support, and the sharing of success stories, the Green League program builds league leadership and capacity for giving our communities a more sustainable future 


NAIT Alternative Energy Technology Program Partnership



The Green Leagues program has worked closely with the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT)’s Alternative Energy Technology Program to organize student-run energy audits at several Community Leagues. In these projects, Community Leagues have opened their doors of their facilities as a training and demonstration site for the ALTE 2254 course – Energy Audit and Management.


This opportunity provided students real hands-on learning experiences, and related challenges with Community Leagues as part of their training in conducting commercial scale, ASHRAE Level 2, energy audits. In return, the participating Community Leagues received multiple energy audits by the students and their recommended energy management opportunities, energy efficiency measures, and energy action plans.  

2017/2018 – Cloverdale and Riverdale Community Leagues

2018/2019 – Windsor Park Community League


Participating leagues are interested in continuing to collaborate with NAIT’s Alternative Energy Technology Program to evaluate the effectiveness of the implemented energy management measures. However, new leagues that are interested also partnering the NAIT program are encouraged to contact us at Greenleagues@efcl.org



We want to hear what you want to see!

What topics would you like the Green Leagues to focus on? Check all that apply.

 Energy Efficiency
 Renewable Energy
 Water Conservation
 Waste Management
 Urban Agriculture and Nature Conservation

If other, describe here:

What methods most appeal to you?

 Social Gatherings


Did you know that EFCL has solar panels?! View our real-time energy production!


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EFCL Offices:

7103 105 St NW
Edmonton, AB
T6E 4G8 Canada

P: +1.780.437.2913
F: +1.780.437.4710

Hours: Mon to Fri, 8:30 to 4:30