Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) will play a vital role as society pursues low carbon energy sources, greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction solutions, and waste management best practices. In addition to utilizing organic waste as an energy source, find out how RNG is a sustainable and resilient energy source that will be a part of Canada’s clean energy future.
As the national organization for human resources needs for the electricity sector, Electricity Human Resources Canada (EHRC) has to be ready for future workforce needs. Join a presentation and discussion from EHRC about the findings from their latest research, Generation Impact, which collected the opinions and attitudes of over 1,500 Canadians aged 18–36 towards careers in electricity and energy.
Hosted by Efficiency Canada’s Executive Director, this exclusive monthly webinar consists of a quick round on what’s happening in energy efficiency, along with providing answers to your burning questions, and to those asked by your peers. A request for questions will be sent to attendees a week prior to the webinar. This webinar is done in a fast and effective format that lasts for 30-minutes, allowing you to make the most of your valuable time.
Join executive director Corey Diamond as we take a stroll down memory land
to look back at what happened in the energy efficiency sector over the last
year. We will highlight the highs and lows from 2020 and give our predictions
on what 2021 could hold.
EfficiencyOne (E1) is exploring the use of virtual home assessments for lead – generation in its whole – home energy efficiency program (based on EnerGuide). Virtual Audits are touchless, data – driven assessments generated without or with minimal involvement from the homeowner. The next phase of this project will be substituting the traditional EnerGuide assessment with a remote audit. Remote audits will be conducted by energy advisors via videocalls. In E1’s experience, energy use estimates from its remote assessment model have limited precision, but could offer other benefits such as reduced costs, reduce time to complete an assessment, and increased accuracy of energy use estimates when paired with utility billing data.
Delivering energy efficiency in Indigenous Nations requires holistic thinking that goes well beyond energy audits, rebates, and ECMs. Learn how Community Power works in collaboration with Indigenous Nations, governments, and utilities to deliver meaningful , community – wide reductions in energy bills and improve housing.