Across Canada; from coast to coast and in the arctic; municipally, provincially, federally and internationally; from NGOs to coalitions to trade allies, diverse voices are demanding a clean and resilient economic recovery.
Learn how data science is opening new doors in the energy efficiency industry! Virtual audits are a popular and timely topic, but do they actually solve real-world problems for utilities or customers? Is it possible for utilities to manage complex regulatory and program requirements — in a way that no longer hinders the customer journey? In this session, EnergyX will walk through what they’ve learned by digging into how data science can solve these modern challenges.
Newcomers to Canada and members of multi-lingual and multi-cultural communities face significant barriers accessing information and programming for energy efficiency.
The EmpowerMe program (empowerme.ca) provides in-language support to these communities to take advantage of EE programs and delivers culturally appropriate workshops and home-visits that teach households how their behaviours relate to energy use.
Dissolving Energy Efficiency Alberta is a “missed opportunity” to create local jobs and save Albertans money, says Efficiency Canada executive director Corey Diamond
Canada’s economic recovery could be a boon for women in the energy efficiency sector, if we play our cards right
We must make energy efficiency workplaces inclusive, create opportunities, and expand the promotion of women in energy efficiency, so that others can see role-models, encouraging more women to join