By Elizabeth McDonald This is not a sexy conversation but it’s a critical one. We need comprehensive, progressive energy efficiency standards that consumers can relate to, not just from an environmental point of view, but from an economical one as well. Consumers have changed over the past few years. They do not all walk around . . .
By Elizabeth McDonald I’ve been at CEEA for two months just shy of a year now and have learned so much. My key take away so far is something that many involved in the energy efficiency and conservation arena may take offence to – policy wonks cannot tell Canadians how to conserve. CEEA’s opinion research . . .