Port Stanley Fire Station

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The Municipality of Central Elgin is building a net zero fire station in Port Stanley, the first in Canada. The project has been approved for $3,745,100 in funding (grant and loan) through the Green Municipal Fund (GMF). The new Port Stanley Fire Station will be located at 4980 Sunset Drive (where East Street meets Sunset Drive) right as you enter town.

The new fire station will be a net zero facility measuring approximately 10,000 sq ft. Heating will be supplied by a geothermal system and hydro will be provided by solar panels that will be installed on carport structures in the parking lot. This is the first fire station in Canada that is completely identified as “net zero energy”. This building will be the new home for Central Elgin Fire Rescue's pumper, rescue and Arial platform.

The Municipality of Central Elgin is building a net zero fire station in Port Stanley, the first in Canada. The project has been approved for $3,745,100 in funding (grant and loan) through the Green Municipal Fund (GMF). The new Port Stanley Fire Station will be located at 4980 Sunset Drive (where East Street meets Sunset Drive) right as you enter town.

The new fire station will be a net zero facility measuring approximately 10,000 sq ft. Heating will be supplied by a geothermal system and hydro will be provided by solar panels that will be installed on carport structures in the parking lot. This is the first fire station in Canada that is completely identified as “net zero energy”. This building will be the new home for Central Elgin Fire Rescue's pumper, rescue and Arial platform.

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