Canada’s building energy codes are expected to look a lot different by 2030, but there are already several barriers to verifying buildings are being constructed to the current energy code. Our report charts a path forward.
Canada sets three percent target for energy efficiency improvement, experts recommend a $27.3 billion investment in building retrofits to start
Canadian Minister of Natural Resources, the Honorable Seamus O’Regan, announced today that Canada will join The Three Percent Club, a collaboration of governments and supporting organizations that commit to working together to put the world on a path to three percent annual energy efficiency improvement.
Dissolving Energy Efficiency Alberta is a “missed opportunity” to create local jobs and save Albertans money, says Efficiency Canada executive director Corey Diamond
As the conversation in Canada shifts from immediate relief to economic recovery, new questions will arise: what does recovery look like, and how do we design stimulus that delivers secure jobs in a cleaner, innovative and diverse economy?
2019 has been a great year for energy efficiency in Canada! Join us in celebrating a year of accomplishments in putting energy efficiency on the map.
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.