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This summer, Efficiency Canada’s Executive Director, Corey Diamond, published an op-ed titled Why Doug Ford Needs an Energy Efficiency Strategy. Today, I am writing an updated and expanded version in blog form. I will dig into some of the details, and refer to recent...
Repeal of Green Energy Act leaves out home energy labelling
Energy Efficiency can be the Targeted Competitiveness Strategy the Federal Government is Looking for
Increasing energy productivity can build a more competitive and resilient economy
This landmark study demonstrates why energy efficiency can be Canada’s “first fuel”. The energy we save could account for more than 40% of Canada’s energy needs by 2050 if we start prioritizing new policies that improve energy efficiency today.
The top guideline in the plan recognizes “energy efficiency as a priority energy source”. This post reviews some energy efficiency highlights in the plan and the next regulatory approval stages.
A new energy efficient economy is being created in Alberta, tapping into the province’s entrepreneurial spirit. Alberta is ahead of the game on providing efficiency services to meet climate policy objectives. The true value of the efficiency resource is perhaps just starting to be realized.
This is the first in a series of provincial snapshots we will undertake over the coming months. The goal is to provide a perspective on burgeoning energy efficiency issues across the country, helping to spur policy debate on timely topics. This article...
Now is the time to build on the momentum driven by utilities, governments, agencies, consultants and NGOs, who have been working tirelessly to engage Canadians on the critical issue of how we use energy. Our goal is to make energy efficiency – through an economic lens – top of mind for policy makers. To do that, we aim to make the complex, simple; the story, compelling; the stakeholders, heroes; the mundane, exciting.
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