CANADIAN ENERGY EFFICIENCY NEWS

 

EFFICIENCY CANADA BLOGS

 

Energy Efficiency 2020 Conference list

Energy Efficiency 2020 Conference list

Conferences are a great way to stay up to date with the latest policy and technology developments in the field of energy efficiency, and network with other industry professionals. This is Efficiency Canada’s 2020 conference list - events of interest for energy...

2019: A Year in Review – Efficiency Canada

2019: A Year in Review – Efficiency Canada

I can’t believe that it’s been a year since we launched Efficiency Canada at Carleton University.   While the time has flown by, looking back we recognize how much we have accomplished in 2019 - our first full year of operation. From mobilizing the sector through...

Energy Efficiency as a Job Creation Powerhouse 

Energy Efficiency as a Job Creation Powerhouse 

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...

Lowest Cost Fuel Source: Make EE a Core Part of Alberta’s Economy

Lowest Cost Fuel Source: Make EE a Core Part of Alberta’s Economy

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...

Ontario Breaks Promise to Support Conservation

Ontario Breaks Promise to Support Conservation

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. 

Energy Efficiency Conferences 2019

Energy Efficiency Conferences 2019

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.

Energy Efficiency in Canada: 2018, A Year in Review

Energy Efficiency in Canada: 2018, A Year in Review

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...

Federal Economic Statement: EE measures

Federal Economic Statement: EE measures

Yesterday, Finance Minister Bill Morneau released the fall economic statement. The major theme of the statement was the need to make progress for a more equal and sustainable Canada, while grappling with concerns about economic competitiveness with recent US corporate...

“A Smart Use of Carbon Price Revenue”

“A Smart Use of Carbon Price Revenue”

Ottawa - Efficiency Canada’s Executive Director made the following statements in reaction to the federal government’s announcement on carbon pricing:   “We are pleased to see the potential for some of the carbon pricing proceeds used to support energy savings in...

 

GUEST BLOGS

TAKE THE PLEDGE

You have Successfully Subscribed!

TAKE THE PLEDGE

You have Successfully Subscribed!

TWEET!

You have Successfully Subscribed!