CEEA expands its Board to reach from coast-to-coast
Directors come from across Canada, from Victoria to Halifax
OTTAWA May 6, 2014 – CEEA’s new board of directors and executive expanded to include national representation during its annual general meeting in Toronto yesterday. The AGM followed the release of CEEA’s latest national survey – Canadian Business Attitudes on Energy Efficiency.
The 2014-2015 Board will be chaired by Andrew Pape-Salmon, senior energy specialist at RDH Building Engineering.
“We have a fantastic team. The brain power we have from the energy efficiency industry on our board will guide CEEA’s actions to improve energy affordability for Canadians,” says Andrew Pape-Salmon, CEEA chair. “We’ll be working to help provinces and territories adopt the National Energy Code for Buildings across the country, research options for a federal tax incentive and promote energy benchmarking for commercial buildings, just to name a few of our ambitious projects.”
“This is an exciting and challenging time for energy efficiency. We have to continue to convince and inform Canadian consumers and businesses that energy efficiency can save them money and energy,” says Elizabeth McDonald, CEEA president and CEO. “I know that Andrew and this board are committed to making that happen.”
CEEA 2014-2016 Board of Directors
Andrew Pape-Salmon – Board Chair
Senior Energy Specialist, RDH Building Engineering
Martin Luymes – Vice Chair
Director, Programs and Relations Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI)
Jay Nordenstrom – Treasurer
Executive Director, NAIMA Canada
Giuliana Rossini – Secretary
Director, Customer Strategy & Conservation Officer, Hydro One
Tracy Lynch – Past Chair
Director, Energy Conservation Strategy, Union Gas
Vice President Business Development, OZZ Electric Inc.
Director, Dow Chemical Canada
Steve Clayman, Director of Energy Initiatives
Thermal Insulation Association of Canada (TIAC)
Mathieu Côte, Director
Director, Canadian Institute for Energy Training (CIET)
William (Bill) Crossland
President and CEO, Thermal Energy International Inc.
President, Dunsky Energy Consulting
Director of Communications and Stakeholder Relations, Efficiency Nova Scotia
Manager, Program Services
Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering Technology, Seneca College
Program Manager, Energy Efficiency, EMC & ICT, CSA Group
President and CEO, Ecosystem
Manager, DSM, Evaluation, Monitoring & Verification and Policy, Enbridge
The Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance (CEEA) is the country’s leading independent advocate promoting the economic and environmental benefits of energy efficiency. The not-for-profit works with the federal and provincial governments, and stakeholders, to ensure energy efficiency is a priority for all sectors of the economy. By monitoring, examining and developing energy efficient public policy ideas, programs and standards, CEEA is an effective resource for policy makers, businesses, consumers, energy companies and environmental groups.