New Opportunities: From Pink Slip to Pink Insulation

New Opportunities: From Pink Slip to Pink Insulation

From Pink Slip to Pink Insulation: Former Oil Patch Workers Find Success in Energy Efficiency CALGARY – Laid-off and automated-out of the job oil and gas workers are finding opportunities in a part of Alberta’s energy economy that has not always captured...
Efficiency Canada launches national campaign

Efficiency Canada launches national campaign

Carleton-Based Energy Efficiency Think Tank Launches National Campaign to Showcase Workers Behind the Boom in Green Jobs Carleton University-based Efficiency Canada has launched a national campaign to put energy efficiency on the map. The national campaign, Our Human...
Energy Efficiency as a Job Creation Powerhouse 

Energy Efficiency as a Job Creation Powerhouse 

New Data and Tools Shine a Light on Energy Efficiency as a Job Creation Powerhouse  Christiane Mineau Brendan Haley Policy Director, Efficiency Canada Twitter New Research shows energy efficiency employs 436,000 workers in Canada. More than oil and gas extraction or...
Less is More

Less is More

Less is More Read how Canada can boost GDP, create jobs and meet its international climate change commitments. These reports are the joint work of Clean Energy Canada and Efficiency Canada, with the support of Dunsky Energy Consulting. READ TECHNICAL REPORT READ JOBS...

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