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COVID-19 is a health crisis that needs to be everyone’s priority right now. Those who work on energy efficiency might be able to help by offering expertise on heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, and donating equipment.
Canada is facing a major public health crisis and that needs to be everyone’s priority right now. This includes physical distancing to stop transmission, re-directing productive capabilities to support the healthcare system, and immediate support to maintain incomes.
From staying connected, to sharing an office with kids and pets, here is how we work together from afar
Building codes impact a significant proportion of energy use in buildings and, as such, they are the quickest, cheapest and cleanest way to improve energy efficiency in the building sector and a key contributor in Canada’s transition to a low-carbon future.
2019 has been a great year for energy efficiency in Canada! Join us in celebrating a year of accomplishments in putting energy efficiency on the map.
New Research shows energy efficiency employs 436,000 workers in Canada. More than oil and gas extraction or telecommunications. The numbers are in. Two major reports have officially established the energy efficiency sector as a top job creator in North...
We’re looking for ten people to help organize in support of energy efficiency, Alberta's lowest cost fuel source. Last night’s election results mean there will be a change in government in Alberta. As emphasized by some media stories, this could have profound...
Today, the Ontario government released its annual budget. One thing that might be missed is that the government has failed to deliver on a promise to support electricity conservation made in its election platform.
The following are conferences taking place in 2019 all over North America – as well as a list of training resources offered by like-minded organizations.
While we recognize that there are many important players and events in Canada’s energy efficiency industry, we would like to take this opportunity to highlight a few of the standouts that have happened over the last twelve months. 2018 has been a year of extremes for...
Proposed changes to Canada’s Building codes will lay the foundation for Canada’s Net Zero Energy Ready model code, which is key to Canada’s transition to a low-carbon economy.
The BC Energy Step Code is steadily transforming the province’s communities to reach net-zero energy-ready performance. A forthcoming report unpacks the lessons learned along the way.
On December 5th, BC Premier John Horgan, BC Green party leader Andrew Weaver, BC Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy George Heyman, and Executive Director of Clean Energy Canada Merran Smith released a new long-term climate plan: CleanBC. As Ms. Smith...