Brought to you by Efficiency Canada, the Provincial Energy Efficiency Scorecard is provides a comprehensive benchmark of provincial and territorial energy efficiency policies in Canada.
Energy savings are largely driven by the provinces and territories because they have jurisdiction over relevant policy areas, such as public utility regulation and building energy codes. Along with the accompanying updated Energy Efficiency Policy Database, this year’s Scorecard, which tracks policy and outcome-based metrics across all 10 provinces (plus territories) includes new information on building workforce training and professionalization, municipalities and building codes, and public transit.
Watch a video below to learn more about the 2021 Energy Efficiency Scorecard:
About Efficiency Canada
Efficiency Canada is the national voice for an energy efficient economy. We envision a future where Canada uses energy efficiency to its fullest potential. This means maximizing the benefits of energy efficiency resulting in a sustainable environment, a productive economy, and a just and equitable society. Efficiency Canada is housed at Carleton University’s Sustainable Energy Research Centre, which is located on the traditional unceded territories of the Algonquin nation.