Submissions

Building the Canada we want in 2050: Efficiency Canada’s perspectives on the National  Infrastructure Assessment

Building the Canada we want in 2050: Efficiency Canada’s perspectives on the National Infrastructure Assessment

Policy Work S-Buildings Submissions
We welcome the opportunity to provide our thoughts and perspectives on the priorities laid out in Building the Canada We...
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Efficiency Canada’s submission to Vancouver City Council

Efficiency Canada’s submission to Vancouver City Council

Policy Work Submissions
We are writing to ask you to approve recommendation A, B, and C in the report, which will help reduce...
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Efficiency Canada’s comments on the NRCan May 2021 technical bulletin on amending the standards for central air conditioners and heat pumps

Efficiency Canada’s comments on the NRCan May 2021 technical bulletin on amending the standards for central air conditioners and heat pumps

Policy Work Submissions
This letter constitutes the comments of the Appliance Standards Awareness Project (ASAP) and Efficiency Canada on the Natural Resources Canada...
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Efficiency Canada’s presentation to The House of Commons Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities

Efficiency Canada’s presentation to The House of Commons Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities

Policy Work Submissions
We usually think about energy efficiency on a building-by-building basis and leave the financing and project management of retrofits up...
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Efficiency Canada’s joint submission to the Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry

Efficiency Canada’s joint submission to the Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry

Policy Work Submissions
We are writing to encourage you to clearly mandate Canada’s national model codes development community to develop a highly energy...
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Efficiency Canada’s comments on Ontario’s Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines’ ERO 019-2132 proposal

Efficiency Canada’s comments on Ontario’s Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines’ ERO 019-2132 proposal

Policy Work Submissions
At the end of April, 59 energy efficiency and supporting organizations signed onto a joint letter calling for the extension...
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Efficiency Canada’s submission to the Government of Canada

Efficiency Canada’s submission to the Government of Canada

Policy Work S-FedPolicy Submissions
The multiple benefits of energy efficiency can help Canada manage both demand and supply shocks from COVID-19 while improving the...
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Efficiency Canada’s Submission to the Town of Whitby

Efficiency Canada’s Submission to the Town of Whitby

Policy Work Submissions
We are writing to you in support of the proposed changes to the Town of Whitby’s planning process that will...
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Efficiency Canada’s submission to the City of Vancouver

Efficiency Canada’s submission to the City of Vancouver

Policy Work Submissions
Measures to encourage energy efficient buildings can be used to immediately scale up capacity and knowledge sharing in the buildings...
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Efficiency Canada’s submission to the National Research Council of Canada (NRC)

Efficiency Canada’s submission to the National Research Council of Canada (NRC)

Policy Work S-Buildings Submissions
The proposed Model Codes represent an important step towards Canada’s PCF commitments and low-carbon energy future, they will also play...
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Efficiency Canada’s Submission to the Ontario Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines

Efficiency Canada’s Submission to the Ontario Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines

Policy Work Submissions
The buildings sector is responsible for just under 1/3 of end use demand in Canada and is well-positioned to capture...
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Efficiency Canada’s submission to the Newfoundland and Labrador Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities

Efficiency Canada’s submission to the Newfoundland and Labrador Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities

Policy Work Submissions
Given Newfoundland and Labrador’s experience with cost overruns related to the Muskrat Falls Project,3 it is incumbent upon the Commissioners...
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Efficiency Canada’s joint submission to the OEB’s Phase I Post-2020 DSM Framework consultation

Efficiency Canada’s joint submission to the OEB’s Phase I Post-2020 DSM Framework consultation

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What are the Unintended Consequences of the Ontario Government’s Electricity Conservation Election Promise?

What are the Unintended Consequences of the Ontario Government’s Electricity Conservation Election Promise?

Policy Brief Submissions
Brendan Haley discusses the Ontario Government's electricity conservation election promise and makes recommendations for the inclusion of energy efficiency.
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Comments on Proposed Amendments to the 2016 Energy Efficiency Regulations

Comments on Proposed Amendments to the 2016 Energy Efficiency Regulations

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