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Business Benefits Finder and Canada’s Net Zero Accelerator Initiative

Through Natural Resources Canada’s Office of Energy Efficiency, the Canadian Industry Partnership for Energy Conservation (CIPEC) is hosting a free webinar on May 29, 2024, featuring speakers from Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED). Dmitri Bakker and Jessica Dare will provide a live demonstration of the Business Benefits Finder tool, along with an overview of the Strategic Innovation Fund.

Upgrades at Wawiskas expected to reduce energy consumption by nearly 80%

The aging Wawiskas Community Hall (Bella Bella, B.C.) will be undertaking facility upgrades after a combined spend of over $3 million from the federal government and the Heiltsuk Tribal Council. “Our community hall is important to our people as it exemplifies our value of family. This is where we meet to come together and support one another. We are a gathering and feasting people and our community hall allows us to do this,” said Dawn Hall, tribal councillor.


FortisBC leads $50M “real-world study of deep energy efficiency upgrades” in older homes

FortisBC Energy Inc. has embarked on a $50-million pilot project aimed at uncovering the best pathway to reduce energy use in older homes and multi-family housing units. “To our knowledge, this is the largest targeted, real-world study of deep energy efficiency upgrades in BC homes, and the information will be invaluable to us and others looking to transform energy use,” said Joe Mazza. » Read more

Ice plant heat recovery system coming to Power River

A recreational facility in Powell River, B.C., will undergo a retrofit for energy efficiency with the help of $1.6 million in funding from the Green and Inclusive Community Buildings (GICB) program. The funds will support the installation of an ice plant heat recovery system at the Powell River Recreation Complex. » Read more

Philibuster: Between two solitudes

“The ‘two solitudes’ will be a familiar term for anyone watching Canadian politics for as long as I have. It refers to the old divide between French and English Canada,” writes Phil Lewin. “Instead, I want to write about what I see as the two solitudes in the Canadian window industry.” » Read more


FCM Annual Conference and Tradeshow

June 6-9, Calgary. Energy Manager Canada‘s Leslie Osborne will be there, hoping to meet you while gathering news and stories to share with proactive energy management professionals. » More info