With energy costs going up, and low-income Canadians spending more on electricity and natural gas than fuel oil, we need a low-income energy efficiency policy that targets all fuels and supports Canadians regardless of where they live.
New polling data shows strong national support for low-income energy efficiency. However, the federal government still has no strategy to help most low-income Canadians in need.
A new report by Efficiency Canada benchmarks performance between the Provincial Energy Efficiency Scorecard and its American counterpart, the American Council for Energy-Efficient Economy’s (ACEEE) State Energy Efficiency Scorecard.
Ontario slipped in national rankings, and risks not achieving its 2030 emission-reduction targets