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Investing in energy efficiency for Canada’s economic recovery

1. Our challenge

Economic activity in the energy efficiency sector is stalled, and both workers and companies are feeling the pinch

“Of the ten technicians or installers we have on staff, eight have been laid off with no work, and we’re working on emergencies only.”

Don Webster

President and Owner, Annapolis Valley Air Management

“Due to the nature of our business and the ever-evolving COVID-19 pandemic, our trusted clients have had to make the hard decision to suspend programming across Canada. As a small Canadian company, it is with heavy hearts that due to this sudden change to our business and incoming revenue that we have been forced to temporarily shutdown various operations across Canada.” 

Robert Mains

CEO, Ecofitt Corp.

“We are largely on pay for performance contracts where we only generate revenue after work has been completed – almost a complete pause in programming has a dramatic effect on our business and staff.”

Ersilia Serafini

President and CEO, Summerhill

2. Our solution:

The energy efficiency sector is uniquely-positioned to drive Canada’s economic recovery

3. What WE need to do:

Let your elected representatives know they need to support energy efficiency now, to build a clean, healthy, and resilient future economy.

SEND A LETTER TO YOUR Representative

We’ve created a template letter, and there is ample room to add your story. Please read the letter and let your representatives know why the energy efficiency sector matters.


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