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Efficiency Matters Newsletter

2017

September
Highlights: How do we talk when we talk about energy efficiency + Green Ontario Fund, Energiesprong research, Brookfield Passive House pilot program and more.

August
Highlights: Q & A with EfficencyOne’s Amelia Warren on strong local partnerships, collaborating on energy efficiency leads to success at the Energy and Mines Ministers’ Conference, CEO jobs at FNPA and Green Ontario Fund and more.

June
Highlights: Q & A with AEEA’s Jesse Row on Alberta’s energy efficiency programs, Ontario cap & trade money to help schools with EE, NY to create 40,000 clean energy jobs and more.

May
Highlights: Keys to drafting EPCs, Energy Efficiency Alberta job, NS on track to conservation goals & more.

April
Highlights: Kateri Callahan’s crystal ball on US EE, how to woo millennials, NRCan’s Generation Energy portal wants input for a low carbon economy & more.

March
Highlights: Engaging Millennials report by CEEA and IESO to be launched at CEEA Business Forum & Luncheon, three provinces move ahead on EE, federal budget opportunities for a clean economy & more.

February
Highlights: Federal procurement changes help SMEs, Kateri to speak at CEEA Business Forum, Manitoba building energy challenge & more.

January
Highlights: Canadian take on 5 trends on climate change under Trump, Alberta energy efficiency programs move ahead, Wilfred Laurier lands millions in funding for EE projects & more.

2016

December
Highlights: Energy efficiency is key in pan-Canadian climate change framework, successful political consultations at Day on Hill, innovation at Pembina forum & more.

October
Highlights: Public policy’s untapped energy efficiency potential, NS as energy leader & more.

September
Highlights: McKenna and Carr to speak at CEEA Day on the Hill, How can the feds catch up with the provinces to meet climate change goals?, cheaper green mortgages & more.

June
Highlights: Arctic challenges and climate change plans, fall showcase for EE products and services & more.

May
Highlights: EE trends to fight climate change, doubling energy productivity + ENERGY STAR Canada Awards & more.

April
Highlights: New coalition on home energy labelling, OEE renewed, Jago to receive award & more.

March
Highlights: Quebec green reno tax credit, updates to National Energy Code for Buildings, free EE Global Forum tickets for members & more.

February
Highlights: GE says goodbye to CFLs, how energy efficiency fits into pre-budget talks in Ottawa, green jobs in Manitoba & more.

2015

November
Highlights: Bureaucrats are back, Opower’s e-commerce service, GE partners on EE applications & more.

October
Highlights: Innovators must solve problems, 5 ideas for Trudeau, Manitoba Hyrdro builder rebates & more.

September
Highlights: Vote 2015, Q &  A with CEEA;s new chair Martin Luymes, Quebec’s GHG target proposal & more.

June
Highlights: Video from CEEA’s 20th, latest on Efficiency Nova Scotia, job at Dunsky Consulting in Montreal & more.

May
Highlights: Is energy productivity our new mantra? EE Global trends, Energy Smart consumer show endorsed, new executive for CEEA board & more.

April
Highlights: Investing in energy efficiency under attack in Nova Scotia, a CEEA win in Ontario for EE investments & more.

March
Highlights: How to fight climate change & create economic growth, Buckley & Crandlemire tribute at CEEA’s 20th anniversary & more.

February
Highlights: EE Q & A with FNPA’s Leah Nelson, Guay, CEEA’s 20th Anniversary Dinner & Tribute, Quebec members appear at EE roundtable & more.

January
Highlights: Update EE programs or see them phased out, Ontario carbon pricing, Quebec EE roundtable & more.

2014

December
Highlights: 2015’s top 5 energy efficiency trends, Q + A with Philippe Dunsky on the economic benefits of EE, Quebec Green Fund and more.

November
Highlights: Selling energy efficiency to a government on a tight budget, EE economics report, jobs and more.

October
Highlights: The best energy efficiency training for employees & students, Climate Summit wrap-up, EE policy brief and more.

September
Highlights: Do we need an Office of Energy Efficiency, Become a CEEA member for free by sponsoring Efficiency Matter on the Hill and more.

August
Highlights: An insider’s view on business trends at the EE Global Forum, Canadian policy briefs, CEEA’s pre-budget consultation recommendations and more.

June
Highlights: Building sector wants stringent codes, US carbon rule wrap-up, the latest on energy efficiency programs and more.

May
Highlights: Forget CSR for green lighting ee initiatives, new CEEA board, CRTC submission on set-top boxes and more.

April
Highlights: New CEEA Policy Committee, MP Kelly Block to speak at Forum, news on Horizon, Opower and more.

March
Highlights: Innovation trends 2014, CEEA Forum and AGM, EnerQuality Awards and more.

February
Highlights: Branded building survey opportunity, Dow Canada’s Mike Burt on building codes and innovation, Opower, new members news and more.

January
Highlights: Potential for energy efficiency in Alberta, new light bulb standards, Union Gas and Thermal Energy news.

2013

December
Highlights: Educating federal politicians and policy  makers to make energy efficiency a priority, energy efficiency roundtable report.

November
Highlights: How to spark energy innovation without new money.

2012

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