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.
Canada needs a new building code process to reach net zero emissions OTTAWA, October 16, 2020 — Building codes can reduce energy waste and emissions over the next decade — if we play our cards right. The federal-provincial Pan Canadian Framework on Clean Growth...
Everything you need to know about energy efficiency in today’s Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) announcement
Efficiency Canada has been calling for the CIB to make building retrofits part of its mandate since 2018
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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.
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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.
Nova Scotia received the highest score in Atlantic Canada for overall energy efficiency and fourth nationally, closely trailing British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec. Nova Scotia has also set the most ambitious climate change goals in Canada.
Carleton University-based advocacy organization Efficiency Canada releases a report on how Canadian provinces stack up in efforts to save energy