“Imagine thinking of all that energy waste from our homes, businesses and industry as a resource, just like natural gas, oil or wind turbines,” said Corey Diamond, Efficiency Canada executive director. “Now imagine harvesting that ‘resource’ in every community across Canada, creating jobs and meeting our climate change commitments.”
Hamilton Spectator: Ontario needs to focus on energy bills not rates, advises new energy efficiency report
Ontario would have ranked higher if the provincial government did not cancel electric vehicle charging programs or remove a provision in the building code that enabled electric vehicle charging.
British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources: Minister’s statement on B.C. ranking first in Canada for energy efficiency
Michelle Mungall, Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, has issued the following statement.
North American Clean Energy: British Columbia Tops Provinces in Canada’s First-Ever Energy Efficiency Scorecard
British Columbia earns top marks in the first-ever Canadian Provincial Energy Efficiency Scorecard, developed by the nonprofit Efficiency Canada to track and rank provinces on their efficiency policies and highlight opportunities for improvement.
In two categories, the province can do much better, Efficiency Canada’s 181-page report found