Norm Connolly at CEA

May 29, 2009 at 9:19 am 1 comment

Congratulations to Norm Connolly, one of our cohort members in the Sustainable Community Development Certificate program.

Community Energy Association Engages Norm Connolly as Executive Director 

The Community Energy Association (CEA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Norm Connolly as Executive Director, commencing July 2009. 

The Community Energy Association is a collaboration of the Union of BC Municipalities, the Province, the Planning Institute of BC, transit providers, energy utilities and individual local governments.  The organization assists BC local governments to promote energy efficiency and renewable energy through community energy planning and project implementation.

Norm Connolly is an urban planning professional with ten years experience in corporate, municipal, federal, academic and non-profit sectors.  He has served the past ten years as a senior researcher and project manager for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, managing sustainable planning workshops and integrated design charrettes for prominent projects throughout western Canada. 

Most recently Norm has been managing a team developing a 20-year renewal plan for Granville Island, addressing infrastructure, sustainability, transportation and land use challenges.  Norm holds a Masters in Environmental Design – Urban Planning from University of Calgary, LEED TM accreditation and a Bachelor of Commerce.  


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