PACE for New Homes – A Cross-Canada Exploration

PACE for New Homes – A Cross-Canada Exploration

The use of Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing is expanding across Canada with a current focus on existing residential buildings. This starting point makes sense as it enables broad accessibility, but it also raises the question: What is the potential application for new construction? This presentation will share insights gained from an early investigation of using PACE financing for new homes in Alberta. The session will also provide an opportunity for attendees to explore how PACE could be used across the country to accelerate the uptake of energy efficiency in new construction.

Building the future of energy efficiency

Building the future of energy efficiency

Energy efficiency’s role in global climate plans is growing, and we need skilled workers now more than ever. Fortunately, there’s a community of dedicated professionals working on solutions like better insulation, smart home technologies, and thoughtful construction. During this panel discussion, Kirk Johnson, Sheri Young and Ricky-Lee Watts share their career stories and what they hope to see for the future of the energy efficiency sector.

Beyond national targets: What does Carbon Neutrality and GHG reduction mean for your organization

Beyond national targets: What does Carbon Neutrality and GHG reduction mean for your organization

At this point, most of us are familiar with Canada’s emissions reduction plans, which call for a reduction in emissions of 40 percent below 2005 levels by 2030 and net-zero emissions by 2050. But what does this mean for individual organizations? In this interview style edition of the DiscoverEE sessions, we’ll discuss how organizations can get started in their carbon neutral strategies, what some common hurdles are, what role Energy Efficiency can play, the costs associated with carbon neutrality, and more.

Iron & Earth: The Climate Career Portal

Iron & Earth: The Climate Career Portal

The Climate Career Portal is a first of its kind online career transition platform created to help fossil fuel workers transition to jobs in the net-zero economy. The Climate Career Portal directly helps workers in the fossil fuel industry understand how their current skills transfer to a wide range of careers in climate solutions across rapidly growing industries like wind, solar, energy efficiency, and more and then connects workers to current job openings, training programs, and energy projects across Canada.

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