A new report outlines how to spark innovative approaches to building retrofits
Efficiency Canada joins Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at announcement of a $10 million investment in training for new energy advisors
New program will create new low-carbon jobs and help Canadians across the country reduce their home energy bills by improving energy efficiency in their homes
Yesterday, the Government of Canada tabled its Fall Economic Statement, which included $2.6 billion over 7 years for home retrofits. Efficiency Canada’s executive director, Corey Diamond, made the following statement.
Ontario Auditor General audit finds the province falling short on energy efficiency, new provincial scorecard report explains why
Ontario slipped in national rankings, and risks not achieving its 2030 emission-reduction targets
New report measures how Canadian provinces stack up on energy efficiency, what it means for a clean economic recovery
Provincial scorecard puts British Columbia in the lead, shows that Alberta and Ontario are losing ground.