The federal government has a clear mandate to accelerate GHG reductions and create a net-zero emissions future. To do that, we need to retrofit almost every building in Canada to be highly energy efficient and to use zero-carbon energy sources.
This blog responds to a Canada Energy Centre brief blaming sustainable energy for energy poverty.
The Prime Minister of Canada released the “mandate letters” to federal Ministers. Here are energy efficiency highlights from the letters, with some added context.
Kelsey here 👋 I am a young professional in the energy efficiency sector. I’ve spent the past six months collecting stories and impressive work by leaders in this sector. I’m sharing my personal journey and inviting you to help create the space I needed when I was a young woman dreaming about my future.
Canada needs a national strategy on reducing energy poverty. The federal government can play a leadership role by expanding the scale and scope of low-income energy efficiency. Here’s what we can learn from national initiatives in other jurisdictions.
A Net-Zero Building Codes Acceleration Fund will further acceleration code adoption and compliance through support for market readiness for net-zero codes in provinces/territories and municipalities. Here’s more.