Efficiency Canada’s review of proposed changes to Canada’s National Model Codes.
Efficiency Canada’s new research highlights a unique opportunity to tackle the twin challenges of housing and climate while increasing household affordability.
By switching to heat pumps, consumers could collectively save $10.4 billion in energy bills and reduce home heating emissions by 19.6 million tons by 2035 while obtaining the same cooling benefits.
Written Submission for the Pre-Budget Consultations in Advance of the Upcoming Federal Budget. Lowering energy costs for those who need it most and increasing funding to improve energy efficiency.
Efficiency Canada’s new guide offers municipalities and policymakers insights into the role existing buildings are expected to play in meeting Canada’s decarbonization goals.
Efficiency Canada’s new report looks at how neglecting energy efficiency upgrades in an attempt to keep housing affordable leads to inadequate housing quality. And, it does little to challenge the market dynamics driving the loss of affordable housing in private markets.